Watch TOUCH- Stay Juicy~

Have you seen the amazing television show entitled TOUCH? We have Keifer Sutherland in another hit! This is an amazing new show written by incredibly creative writers that deals with synchronicity and global connectedness. The 11-year-old son of Sutherland is thought to be autistic, a condition we are seeing now more than ever reflected in our own population. This kid never speaks and can’t stand to be touched, but he is trying to communicate the necessity of certain people’s lives to cross to his father.

The premise of this show is one I personally aspire to, the idea that we are all connected and have effects on others we have no idea about. We must be at a certain place at a specific time in order to make contact with someone else for reasons we frequently don’t understand.

If this sounds nebulous and strange to you, watch the show on Thursday nights and see for yourself. Usually the story can span anything from the US to several foreign countries. The deciding event can affect all of these places simultaneously as the synchronicity takes place because Sutherland figures out what the series of numbers mean or at least pursues what his son indicates is important through a number sequence or even an image.

This explanation doesn’t come close to describing how amazingly the writers and director manage to convey the mystery and humanity of these stories. Just watch it once. That’s all I ask. If you don’t agree, tell me why not. If you aren’t willing to suspend disbelief and begin seeing the mystery and wonder in all of life, you are losing out. As Albert Einstein said,

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as

though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though

everything is a miracle.”

I choose to believe in miracles everywhere and in all life and living. It’s a lot more fun! How else are you going to Stay Juicy if you are cynical and jaded. Life is amazing and wonderful. Open your heart and find this to be true for you too.

Stay Juicy~

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~ by Lorraine E. Castro on April 16, 2012.

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