Johnny Barnes is a Bermuda native found waving and saying “I love you, God loves you,” to passing commuters during the morning rush hour at the Foot of the Lane roundabout in Hamilton, Bermuda, from roughly 3:45 am to 10 am, every workday, rain or shine. Barnes, now an elderly pensioner, was an electrician by trade and worked on the Bermuda Railroad as an electrician until the railroad closed in 1948. He then became a bus driver. Barnes was fond of waving to people while driving the bus, and would occasionally sit and wave to people on his breaks or when coming to work. One day in approximately 1986, Barnes stopped at the Crow Lane roundabout took up waving to traffic. He has been there almost every day since.
Mr happy man
2012-02-17T01:20:49-08:00By Sebastian Gendry|
About the Author: Sebastian Gendry
Sebastian Gendry is a change-maker, coach and consultant with a passion for laughter. He has helped thousands of heart-centered and wellness conscious professionals and entrepreneurs ready to step into their full potential re-align with their mojo, magic and a meaningful life, having fun making a difference - because living your purpose is supposed to be fun! Since 2005 he has travelled close to 1 million miles bringing laughter and joy to thousands of people in 18 countries on 6 continents. He is the head of faculty of the Laughter Online University, the world's #1 online platform on laughter medicine, and is the creator of the Laughter Wellness method, a refreshing, reliable and rapid-acting system that combines multiple aspects of mirth, integrative movements, mindfulness, meditation and manifesting tools to improve all aspects of wellness and well-being and up-level your life. He has appeared in 100+ newspapers and magazines and two TEDx talks, as well as major TV shows, including the Oprah Winfrey Show, 60 minutes and ABC Good Morning America. He encapsulates and shares the power of positive and playful energy and creativity. His life mission is to move the world to wellness with the magic of laughter, so that we can live not just in harmony but also in melody.