Beloved Flower Lover,
Britain’s got talent has been a lovely tear jerker. What we saw happening between 9 year old Malaki Paul held by his mother’s tenderness and then soothed by Alesha’s gentle kindness, touched our hearts so deeply we wiped away tears.
We watched as 9-year-old Malachi auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent stumble and then came through his nervousness to express his talent after feeling the tender wings of his mother and Aunty Alesha’s wrapped around him.
He was auditioning for his opportunity to perform in front of the Royal family at the Royal variety performance.
Both women interrupted any negativity and modelled for him the opposite. Love. Sweet tender love. He then mirrored that out to us, the world through his talent. That love was so contagious. It was catching. We caught the love projected from both Mother and Aunty Alesha.
After the initial stumble and tears, Malaki’s actual performance was powerful. Clearly one where he was proud. Fully able to step into that performance space that he had always imagined for himself. One of himself singing perfectly.
To create an emotional environment that comes from our actions can mean hugs, kisses and gifts. Giving and receiving flowers are a touching ‘act of kindness’. The emotional environment we all experience effects our hearts. A hormone called oxytocin generated from the heart helps us all feel safe,cared for and comes from us bonding.
The flowers we design are our act of kindness. They reflect back to all entertainers, all those talented people we know in all professions, all those feeling stress, sadness, fear, grief, worry, all those involved in making our celebrations so vivid and loved filled; our appreciation, our congratulations.
You, we, us, are the ones who use our imaginative talent to guide how we feel and what we experience.
We will you a wonderful day.
The London Flower Lover
Bonus flowers for: Vince Kidd and Ruth Brown singing on another talent show: BBC1’s, The Voice.
Yes more buckets of love tears- the talent is oozing from London and it’s contagious !