Colors of the Wind

How have you been taking care of yourself during this pandemic?

Due to social distancing, we may have had to think about different ways to bring joy to our lives during this challenging time.

Something that has really helped me during this time is being in nature. ❤

I am grateful that I have a backyard that I can safely spend time in during this pandemic. Although things are extremely chaotic right now because none of us know when things are going to get better, we can always count on nature. Nature will continue to stay beautiful and help us find inner peace. ❤

I wanted to share a song about nature this week, and the song that came to mind was one of my FAVORITE Disney song’s, “Colors of the Wind.”

This song is from the 1995 Disney film Pocahontas.

When I was a kid, I LOVED this movie! ❤ I loved the beautiful nature scenes in the film, and I loved how Pocahontas was such a strong and brave character. I remember thoroughly enjoying playing with my Pocahontas Barbies. 😀

As an adult, I was very sad to learn that the true story of Pocahontas did not have a happy ending like the Disney film did—but that’s not what this post is about.

The peacefulness that Pocahontas displays in this animated film due to her connection with nature is just lovely. ❤

I remember singing “Colors of the Wind” A LOT when I was a kid. 😀 The video above includes lyrics to the song, and after looking at the lyrics, I realized that I definitely made up a lot of words to this song when I was a kid. 😉

I don’t know if you live in a place that allows you to safely spend time outdoors, but if you can be outdoors on a day you are feeling down, I hope that you find that being outdoors boosts your spirits. ❤

If you are interested in checking out some of the other posts I wrote during this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you can access them here:  “Don’t Worry Be Happy,” “Handwashing Songs,”“Everything’s Not Awesome,” “Quarantine Song,” “Reflection,” “Captain Planet Theme Song,” “Fix You,”  “5,000 Candles in the Wind,” “Orchestra Medley,”  What the Word Needs Now is Love,” “Ordinary Man,” “I’ll Take You There,” “Catchy Song,” “I Can See Clearly Now,”“Sing,” “Think,” “ Hold Your Head Up,”“Put On Your Mask,”  “Wash Your Hands,” and “Get On Your Feet.”

Make sure to take some time this week to do something that will help you find peace. ❤

Take care of yourselves! ❤

Thoughts? Please post them :-)

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