One Little Song and One Photo

Every day we should hear at least one little song, read one good poem, see one exquisite picture,

and, if possible, speak a few sensible words.

~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Hello Tomorrow was created by Oscar-nominated film director Spike Jonze in 2005 and sung by Karen O to advertise the Adidas-1 “Intelligent” sneakers. The song received many honors.    — Wikipedia

I posted this cool song a year or so ago. If you liked it then, maybe you don’t mind to listen to it agin. If it’s new to you, enjoy! 🙂



Johann Wolfgang von Goethe‘s beautiful quote inspired me of having a weekly post sharing a song, a poem, a photo, and/or a few sensible words with you.


This Afloat photo will blow you away. It’s impeccable, yet beautiful…   Jeremy says, ” I’m submitting a photo of the iconic “floating” torii gate in Miyajima, Japan. It appears to be floating during high tide. The approaching storm and bright sky provided a good contrast and a dramatic effect… ” So very glad you are back, Jeremy! Take a look… 


Happy Wednesday!



57 thoughts on “One Little Song and One Photo

    • Rommel does so well! I called him the King when I first fell in love with his blog, like two years ago. 🙂 So flattered for you to think of Rommel and me as you were reading the quote. 🙂

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  1. All the goodness of life in a single video,in a brilliant photo,my dear friend Amy!Life in all its extensions and its majestic evolution!Sweet melody accompanying the ritualistic nature’s show and a compelling Goethe quote!
    Exceptional work as always Amy!!! Love & warm hugs to you 🙂 ❤ xxx
    PS:Jeremy's post was impresive too 🙂


    • Thank you for listening the little song and liking it, Dearest Doda! You probably heard it from the last post I did. 🙂 Thank you for visiting Jeremy’s work, and giving him support. 🙂 So glad I could share the quote with you. 🙂 ❤


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