11.3.12

Keep Calm and Carry On

Recently I stumbled across the video that tells of the origin of the "Keep Calm And Carry On" poster.
I thought I would share it with you since there's a great story and history behind it.
Today our nation is not in grave danger with war in our country, deadly bombings, food rations and so forth.
However, our nation is experiencing life at breakneck speed with multi-tasking, time management and "getting things done" as top priorities.
This poster and video is a reminder to continue on, experience life, and I believe, slow down.
Happy Sunday.



Link to video: Keep Calm & Carry On

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