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The hour before dawn air fresh, sky beginning to lighten day full of possibility I sit quietly, pen in hand writing what comes to me every day without fail. This is where I’m meant to be. Do you start your … Continue reading
Taking time for what’s important priorities should be reviewed too oft we fill our days with busyness without asking How important is this will it matter in a year from now a week tomorrow?
T icking away our lives I maging it’s unlimited M eandering with no purpose E nding with regrets T hankful for each moment I nvesting our time wisely M aking our lives full of loving purpose E ach day an … Continue reading
Correction of an opinion could show wisdom or great foolishness. Opinions are not the same thing as truth even when stated with great certainty.
Counting backwards 3-2-1 walking forward 1-2-3 Going in circles running to where I’ve already been Treadmill living no destination or purpose marking time waiting to die without ever having lived.
Time can expand and contract adjusting to the mind’s intent. It obeys not the ticking numbers but rather the commands of the disciplined mind. How strange that we limit ourselves with the illusions of “can’t.” We are far more than … Continue reading