and in the end

27-and-every-day

I seize today as another opportunity to fill my days.

This doesn’t require something big and momentous; it’s said of Walt Whitman that he gained pleasure from the ordinary things he came upon while sauntering and strolling.

It’s not what we have but what we appreciate about and/or do with what we have.  I sense this to be a great adventure opening for 2017.

It’s in this effort life invites us to make, so incomprehensible to those who look for the least disrupted and safest path, when wrapped up in the vulnerability that is about trying and failing and trying again that in the end  produces the gift we make to others.

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