There was an understanding that things would change; feelings would fade; noone escapes sorrow and that somehow things would get better around the corner. Love and laughter helped.
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For this week why not choose one thing you want to do where you have not been consistent. Make it reasonable. Make it tiny. The Kaizen approach really works.
There is no remedy for love but to love more. -Henry David Thoreau
2020 awaits us with 365 brand new pages for our book of life. Let’s all live them fully, in the best way we know how. “Zigzagging (along) you there, me here…as the snail does.”
May those of you who celebrate Hanukkah, or Christmas and/or Solstice create memorable and joyful moments with your loved ones.
As long as we have life, we have the opportunity to mend our fences and express our love and appreciation.
Here’s the secret to taking a six hour mini holiday in the middle of the week.
Do it for someone else. Someone you think the world of, who you believe could use a change of pace.
Don’t wait for something ‘special’ to put in it. That way it will sit on a shelf forever.
A few good words
One day at a time is really the best way I have found to deal with the intractable difficulties of life. Dr. Itami’s, Meaningful Life Therapy, which my work is based on is “present centered.” What can I do today? Interesting video this week for you to watch from philosopher Alain de Botton at The School of Life in London.