What a Wonderful World

In writing this article today and reflecting on the events of our first Semester at Junior School to date I am led to use the words of the famous singer/songwriter Louis Armstrong when he sings “What a wonderful world”.

Seeing trees of green as students run the cross country event and as we capture a moment in time through our student photos through the windows of our beautiful Junior School building,

Red roses too as we stand around the flagpole to mark the conclusion of Reconciliation week. Hearing our Junior School captains Will Wray and Evie Tomkins share a poignant message of the importance of listening, respecting, developing trust, showing care and love for others and understanding that God loves us all.

Watching skies of blue as we celebrate the wonder and awe of investigations at Bush Prep and enjoy our Year 2 camp at Camp Wilkin.

Seeing clouds of white as we looked out into our global world to celebrate our connection with East Timor and honour 15 years of relationship with this community.

The colours of the rainbow shone through (of course blue and white) as we were visited by Joel Selwood and Ryan Abott from the Geelong Cats who called in to say “Hello how do you do”.

Watching friends demonstrate love toward one another as they celebrate each other’s successes and work as a community

And I think to myself what a wonderful world
Yes I think to myself what a wonderful world

Be encouraged by the message in Psalm 104: 24 “What a wildly wonderful world, God! You made it all, with Wisdom at your side, made earth overflow with your wonderful creations” and take time to enjoy our wonderful world.

God Bless

 

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