Monday, March 29, 2010

I Choose Love

I Choose Love, The Experience is a touring production that can be duplicated and performed, filmed, Webcasts, and televised in cities around the world simultaneously. The premier production will be in Asheville, North Carolina with anticipation of moving into larger media markets.

Shawn Gallaway‘s mission is empowering people to take caring, positive action in their lives and in the world right now. He accomplishes this with resounding clarity through his music and art. As a multi-talented guitarist, singer-songwriter, and visual artist, Shawn weaves music, song, and painting into a richly textured experience that calls for enlightened activism. Check out further information at http://shawngallaway.com/theexperience/

How does the idea and the video impact you personally?




38 comments:

Karen said...

Thanks for letting us know about this, Linda. The pictures of happy children make my morning. I particularly like the two roads. I choose love, too.

WELCOME TO MY WORLD OF POETRY: said...

A wonderful video, very profound in song and motion pictures.
I think personally it is easier and better all around to love than hate. Hate not only makes you feel awful it affects everyone you come into contact with.

Yvonne.

Cori Lynn Berg said...

Oh Linda! Thank you for sharing this! It's like a creative charge to me.. makes me want to dance and paint and sing all at once! Is that possible? Interesting.. because I just did a painting similar to this theme for my blog yesterday in regards to how we see our past...

CathM said...

Very uplifting... thanks for sharing this, Linda!

Brosreview said...

The title brought me here. Yes, this moves me and makes my day. Thanks for sharing this.

Marion said...

Linda, it's so great to see you here! I love the video. The entire thing was just freakin' amazing. Thank you so much for sharing this. I hope you have a wonderful, peaceful Easter. Love & Blessings!!

Silver said...

Love is a powerful life force, indeed. ;)

~Silver

Rick said...

Wonderful and amazing, Linda. You are so thoughtful to share this with us.

Cynthia said...

Linda, you have a gift for finding
the positive and sharing it with
your readers.

Please take the time to comment
on my dialogue with Catherine
Mark-Beasant, thank you.

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Harlequin said...

Great images and sentiments.So you!

This past two years have been all the evidence I needed ( if I really needed any) that choosing love is the gift that never stops giving. I am blessed, blessed, blessed.
thanks for this lovely post.

Steve E said...

Linda, I can only comment something I just read minutes ago:

"Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old age, but they die young." - Sir Arthur Wing Pinero

That'll be ME, Babe!!! --grin!

linda said...

i can't do this right now due to bandwidth limits i can't go over...grumble grumble ... but wish i could and might be able to do it in a few days...wanted to come by and say 'hi' to you...haven't seen you in awhile :)

blessings to you♥

Rick said...

nice idea, Linda
that kinda thinkin never gets old. great video~rick

Rondell said...

Any y'all heard that Nicky Minaj track? It be off the chain!

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SharoninWonderland said...

Have a great weekend Linda! I sent you a Facebook request. Sorry, not sure what's up with my link!

Cheers!

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Share and share alike.......................................................

Readers Dais said...

Hi! Linda,

Hats off to Shawn!
and thanks to you for sharing,
that was a wonderful video, music & beautiful lyrics, the choice one has to make( symbolised in the video as 2 railway tracks, 2 paths etc....) and more people make in the world right now, unfortunately is not that to love.
there comes the relevence of this video,
hope u are able to make this video reach far more people...
il also try my best.

Hmm! one thing, in the video the still of princeess Diana seem to be odd one out. :)

steveroni said...

Sorry, Linda...I commented on your January blog, or something...but hey, as long as I'm here, I chose (only one guess allowed) LOVE also!!!

--grin!

Enjoy springtime.

BJ Roan said...

What a wonderful video! I'm glad I stopped by. I've been neglecting my blog lately. My son actually lives in Franklin, Cool Springs area. We lived in Hendersonville many years ago. I love to visit Nashville. It's a fun city.

Chrisy said...

Love love love yes tho I wonder if he's preaching to the converted. Choosing love isn't difficult for me, yes there's chronic illness and pain, but I'm so fortunate in other ways. I wonder how easy would it be for me to choose love if my life was a continual stream of poverty, loss, grief, disease, helplessness.
Thank you darling for always giving us something to think about. My love to you across the miles...

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BJ Roan said...

Wondering how you are doing with the flooding. Hope you and yours are safe. BJ

Linda S. Socha said...

Hey BJ.
Much thanks for the inquiry. I hope all is well with your son and family also!.

We are floating through here...almost literally.:>) Surrounding areas are without electricity and being evacuated by boat...stuck on roads for hours. etc etc. 5 people have lost their lives....we have missed all of this...Devine intervention....I guess.

Quite the experience.....
The last time I experienced anything like this was when living in Columbus, Ohio several years ago.! We were kids....making fudge ...and did not want to be evacuated until the batch was finished!.Ah well....life
Linda

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James Oh said...

That's the best choice.Love is everywhere and it was very wise for you to spread love, which everyone needs.

BJ Roan said...

I'm glad the water missed you. Son & family were lucky, too. Although they barely got home after going out for breakfast that Sunday morning. It wasn't bad when they left, but on the way home, the water in the street was up to the bottom of his truck. They had no idea it was that bad when they left home. They were lucky.

nollyposh said...

Always ~Love~ <3

Lyn said...

Just hypnotic..what's the choice..more violence and hatred? No thanks..a big dose of lovingkindness, please!! Thanks so much...

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A Arte Dos Livres Pensadores said...

Hello Linda,
Sou compositora clássica e desenvolvo vários trabalhos, poetizando com música os conceitos humanos.

Abraços fraternos,
Nirma Regina

Pedro Garcia Millan said...

I LIVE IN A BIG HOUSE IN VANCOUVER!

http://pedromillan.blogspot.com/

bye

Chrisy said...

me too....
and wellness...
and contentment...

葉婷 said...

Pen and ink is wits plough. ....................................................................

Chrisy said...

Love the idea of this production happening similtaneously around the world, and in different genres. Thank you dearest...it's always uplifting here...

張怡 said...

We could learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are pretty and some are dull, Some have weird names , and all are different colors, but they all have to live in the same box .............................................................

彥安 said...

enjoy your artical, thank you............................................................