May you spend some of your moments basking in the serenity of a special, although ordinary event. Taking the time to take it in, and even wondering what your life might be like without it.
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Those who dwell, as scientists or laymen, among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life. – Rachel Carson
The secret to a happy and vibrant old age? Strive to do what you love for as long as you can do it.” Jane Brody
Nature is a good teacher and a good healer. It is possible to stop and to look! to listen! to smell! to touch!
As for me, I continue to want more of these living, breathing days.
This is not the stiff upper lip behavior of the denier; this is grief and tears and agony, but it’s real. We show up for each other, wholeheartedly, and we learn on the job by paying attention, as we live our lives.
“Our challenge is not to choose between the fragility and strength of life but to cultivate our wonder by holding both in our heart.” by Mark Nepo
I think this old-fashioned word, languish, is entirely appropriate to describe these times.
I miss her and I see her everywhere. “…from this window, like the moon, I keep sending news secretly.” Rumi
“Yutori is a kind of living with spaciousness. For example, it’s leaving early enough to get somewhere so that you know you’re going to arrive early, so when you get there, you have time to look around.”Naomi Shihab Nye