Sometimes in the midst of chaos there is great beauty. The question is can we stop and recognize it. I think that all the great philosophers must have been gardeners. It gives one time to ponder and draw parallels.
As I grapple with some chaos in my life I am reminded that it’s all about balance. Madly off in all directions with no moderation at all doesn’t allow for equipoise. We all need to build in a daily reminder of gratitude. Then we can sort through the issues and figure out priorities while always keeping our core values staring at us.
Once upon a time I tried to kill my husband. Now this is a true story but perhaps not in the context that you’re thinking. To be fair to me I warned him but he didn’t listen. Now the shoe might be on the other foot. Continue reading
A year ago I wrote a A Twist of Ten and reflecting back on it makes me add a couple more to make the number a twisted twelve.
- 11. Live within your means as you never know when your job status might change. Trust me on this. Give your best but don’t give them everything.
- 12. Really appreciate life as its fleeting; many are taken far too young. Don’t wait for things to be perfect. Perfect is an illusion.
Hug lots, laugh a lot, reach out and touch those you care about and for your body’s sake keep moving.
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