In a perfect world, a trade wind would blow this message all the way around the globe.
Just in case you haven't yet picked up Iyanla's most recent book.
photos of sky writing

Photo: Nan Palmero

Because the watery vapor of our upper atmosphere produces more than castles, comets and snow. If we pay attention.
messages in the sky

Photo: Courtesy of Skywriting Australia

Let's all think of this one as a verb, not just a noun. (Sirtex Medical Limited commissioned it in Sydney, Australia, to support cancer patients.)
messages written in the sky by planes

Photo: Nan Palmero

This one is also a verb. But note the line at the end. Fill in the blank with the name of person you know who most needs it.