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Time – space

Outer space

 

sin aferrarse al pasado, comience de ahora en adelante

 

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The past is the past, whether it be failures or successes.  It is what you do from today, the present, that counts.

Start each day with a fresh out look

Yesterday a friend and I took a long drive, we left the house shortly after nine and didn’t return till about 12 hours later.  We did nothing that could be called exciting, we simply did what we felt like doing, ate when we were hungry and enjoyed time together.  We took back country roads, letting the  countryside roll past us like beautiful wall paper scenery.  We were not in front of our computers, we were actually seeing the landscapes for ourselves.   The day was sunny, the skies were blue, a tad on the chilly side if we were in the shade too long, and walking around a corner, or into the wind was =^_^=  let’s say, refreshing.

Even towards the end of the day, we were both tired, but it was a good tired.  We were able to end the day each in our own homes, with a contentment that took us into the evening, with a positive glow to our energy.

Del sentimiento de gratitud nace la felicidad

When we truly appreciate,  we will find Happiness

My prayer today is that  each and every one of you, has a happy and rewarding day.

Namaste     –     Oyashikiri

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Comments on: "Time – space" (3)

  1. Sunshine, fresh air, friendship, deep connection to life … renews life and weaves the intricate tapestry of world peace. Thank you
    Christianne, PL Ottawa church

  2. velcro2424 said:

    “Sounds” like living in the moment paid big dividends. Nicely written.

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