It doesn’t have to be perfect…

A light in my day – and a joyful pointer to the value of waiting, working, listening and singing … check out this three-minute wonder.

Rivals the same number of men chasing a ball round a pitch!

Perhaps also illustrates the possibility that even imperfection and apparent chaos can be beautiful…

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6 Responses to It doesn’t have to be perfect…

  1. asharedadventure says:

    That was great! had a giggle infront of my computer watching it:-) Also reminds me of the fact, even when things appear to be out of control there can be a plan and order underneath. Someone once suggested to me that the way God works in the world is like looking at a tapestry from the back, complete mess and chaos, but when you turn it around and look at the front, the plan, the purpose, is evident. Thank you.

  2. Joy says:

    yeh, really great. Order in apparent chaos, beauty in unexpected ways… and funny! thanks! đŸ™‚

  3. awareness says:

    What a wonderful way to start my Sunday morning! I loved it………beautifully orchestrated chaos……where everyone brings their personalities and talents to the stage to work together to form a lovely gift.

    Made me smile.

    Merry Christmas.

  4. andmilestogobeforeisleep says:

    I’m in awe that these guys held it together for the whole thing! Loved it.

  5. virtualmethodist says:

    just got in from chasing a ball about a pitch and our chaos wasn’t half as beautiful as this… Thanks!

  6. Jeff says:

    Turns out this video is from Indiana University (1998 I think). I still enjoyed it anyway. The guy who formed the group and wrote the song is a news reporter for ABC in Chicago. (He sings the solo when it turns to the Christmas in Africa part). Very fun.

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