Wonder Day - Tracie Wells

I changed one thing and that changed everything. I would not call it a positive change; it was a move beyond positive and negative to where things just are. Nor can I take credit for making the change. It came to me like a breeze blowing by, this time I let it sweep me off my feet. I thought it would take me to a new place, instead it set me back on the same spot, but all the world was different. The breeze itself is my new home. It is inside of me but doesn't come from me. The big change I have made is listening to it, feeling it, trusting it, learning to let it guide me, letting go of everything else.

Tracie Wells

Wonder Day - Herbert Jay Bacchus

I changed the internal voice I discipline myself with from condescending and snide, to the gentle and patient tone I use with my children. - Herbert Jay Bacchus (Bert) 

Wonder Day

Never underestimate the gift of a smile. 

The older I get the more determined I am to make contact with people who I meet, be it a smile or a few words. A contact and meeting are important. Because of so many reasons, but particularly here, people are sad, lonely and suffering, especially the old people, who as the world gets faster and more automated and less personal, get pushed aside and neglected.  - Hazel Terry, Scotland

Wonder Day

I want to change my attitude because I get mad too easy. I don't listen. - intermediate student, Michigan

Wonder Day

I want to be myself even if someone makes fun of me.  - intermediate student, Michigan

Wonder Day

I want to be an A student and the smartest in the world! - intermediate student, Michigan