When you were youngthe CHILD that you werewas ALIVE withimagination, fantasy, hopes, dreams,playfulness, wonder, optimism, curiousity,whimsy, lightheartedness, idealism.So ALIVE with fun and energy,and so much more.Do you remember?And now the questions is:What happened to that child?Most people believe theyleft that child in childhood,that it’s long gone.Well, guess what.That fun-loving childis still WITHIN you.It’s waiting for you to encourage itto re-surface.It’s waiting for youto give it LIFE once again,give it freedom to come ALIVE.It’s totally up to you.You have the power to do it .SO, May this daybe the first day of NEW LIFEfor the CHILD WITHIN YOU.It’s NEVER too late to do … Continue reading REVIVE THE LITTLE CHILD THAT’S STILL INSIDE YOU
I know I’m not REQUIRED to contribute, but as I meander down the winding path of LIFE, I can’t help but wonder if I have made a CONTRIBUTION. LIFE has given me so much. Have I given anything back? It has been said that “we make a life by what we give.” I can’t help but wonder what kind of LIFE I have made. What have I GIVEN? It’s also been said that ”the quality of your life is determined by the quality of your CONTRIBUTION.” I wonder what the quality of my life is. Still another has said that … Continue reading TO CONTRIBUTE OR NOT CONTRIBUTE TO LIFE?
Every morning I hear the rooster crow, robustly announcing the start of another beautiful day. Rain or shine, storm or calm, he doesn’t mind. He simply crows. He does it well. It’s his contribution to the day. It makes me wonder. How robustly do I start my day? What do I crow about? In what way do I contribute? Hmmm….. Continue reading THE ROOSTER CROWS! DO I?
When my mother was in the hospital, gravely ill, and in pain, I was holding her hand and she said, ”I want to go home.” Home and family meant so much to her and I wish I could have helped her go home one last time. But it was not meant to be. Knowing my mother, though, I think she also meant she was ready to go to her eternal home, the one she often sang about in hymns. One day later she made it to that home. I think there’s a longing for home that lives in all of … Continue reading THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME…REALLY!
RAKE: A garden tool once used for drawing together cut grass or fallen leaves or smoothing soil. Now considered an antique and no longer of practical value. LEAF BLOWER: A garden tool that propels cut grass, leaves or other debris. It has replaced the rake and has high practical value. ADULT HUMAN BEING A man or woman of the Homo sapiens species whose speech and superior mental developent and expression of love and other emotions have been diminished by technology and social media. WONDER: Desire or be curious to know something. I wonder…… Is it true? Am I really verbally communicating less, … Continue reading DEFINITIONS OF THE RAKE, LEAF BLOWER, AND THE HUMAN BEING