At the end of the day …. “A Reminder: Look Up”!!


~~August 24, 2015~~ 


I was on my way home tonight. The red light came on and I glanced to the car next to mine. There were two people in it. Both were looking at the electronic devices. I assume their cell phones. Some thoughts came to mind.

Everywhere I see human beings looking down

Doesn’t matter what age, doesn’t matter which gender

It’s always a technology device looked at

Be it a belligerent child

Be it a bored adult.

Look up, look around

Life is passing by you.

Missing all experiences, missing all the beauty

Missing everyday miracles as they happen

Stuck in a technology cell …. that’s why it’s called a “cell” phone.




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I’ve used this video before. It presents such a powerful message that I’d like to use if again tonight …. as a reminder. In case you missed it, here it is again.


~~Look Up~~

~~Published on Apr 25, 2014~~

A spoken word film for an online generation.

Look Up‘ is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another, but always results in us spending more time alone.

I don’t want you to stop using social media or smartphones.
It’s about finding a balance. It’s about making sure you are awake, alive and living life in the moment; instead of living your life through a screen.

Written, Performed & Directed by Gary Turk.


We ALL are ONE!! 


Cambridge Conjugal Coat of Arms explained …. William and Kate’s!!

~~July 22, 2014~~


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a new Conjugal Coat of Arms which will represent them in heraldic terms as a married couple. The Conjugal Coat of Arms was approved in 2013 by The Queen and has been shown publicly.

Designed by The College of Arms in London, Conjugal Arms traditionally show the separate shields of a Royal husband and wife, side by side.

The Duke’s shield on the left is his version of the Royal Coat of Arms granted to him by The Queen on his 18th birthday. On the right, The Duchess’s shield is from the Middleton family Coat of Arms, granted to the family in 2011 ahead of her marriage.


The Conjugal Arms will be theirs forever, however as their circumstances and roles alter, elements of the accoutrements around the shields may change.  In addition to their Conjugal Arms, Their Royal Highnesses also retain their own Coats of Arms to represent themselves as individuals.

The Duchess of Cambridge was granted her own Coat of Arms by The Queen after her marriage. This was made by placing her father’s Arms beside those of her husband in what is known as an impaled Coat of Arms.


~~Heraldic Description of the Conjugal Coat of Arms~~

The shield on the left is taken from Coat of Arms granted to The Duke of Cambridge by The Queen on his 18th birthday. It shows the various Royal emblems of different parts of the United Kingdom: the three lions of England in the first and fourth quarters, the lion of Scotland in the second and the harp of Ireland in the third.

It is surrounded by a blue garter bearing the motto Honi soit qui mal y pense (‘Shame to those who think evil of it’), which symbolises the Order of the Garter, of which The Duke is a Knight Companion.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s shield on the right shows the Middleton family Arms, granted to her father Mr. Michael Middleton for the Middleton family in March 2011, prior to her marriage. The technical heraldic description of the Middleton Coat of Arms, known as a ‘blazon’ is Per pale Azure and Gules a Chevron Or cotised Argent between three Acorns slipped and leaved Or.


Per Pale means that the Shield is divided vertically with one half blue (Azure) and the other half red (Gules). A Chevron Or means the gold chevron across the centre of the Shield. There are cotises either side of the chevron which are white (Argent). Slipped means ‘with a stalk,’ so the final part of the blazon – and distinguishing feature of the Shield – means three acorns with gold stalks and leaves.

For its placement in the conjugal Arms, The Duchess of Cambridge’s shield is surrounded by a Wreath of Oak, to balance out the Duke’s garter. This is traditional for Royal Spouses who are not themselves entitled to surround their Arms with an order of chivalry.

Both shields are supported by The Duke of Cambridge’s Supporters of the Royal Lion and Unicorn wearing a three pointed collar, known as a label. The label has a red escallop shell derived from the Spencer Coat of Arms which has been used by The Duke’s ancestors on his mother’s side for many centuries.



~~Kate Middleton’s family get brand new coat of arms in time for Royal Wedding~~


~~Uploaded on Apr 19, 2011~~

Garter Principal King of Arms Thomas Woodcock explains the details behind the design of the Middleton family coat of arms that has been unveiled.


~~Royal Wedding Coat of Arms~~   


~~Uploaded on Jul 20, 2011~~

Sonya Artero Reporting

~~Royal coat of arms unveiled for Will, Kate~~

~~Published on Sep 28, 2013~~

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s conjugal coat of arms, which represents them as a married couple, made its public debut. The crest is said to be a combination of the shield and symbols of Prince William on the left and the shield and unicorn emblem given to Duchess Kate by Queen Elizabeth.


We ALL are ONE!!