I’m having a hard time writing this week. Well, that’s not entirely correct. I have done a lot of writing but very little ‘posting’.
1st post – I’m excited, inspired and there’s so much to say about the past week . But I need to figure it out or somehow process it all first!
2nd post – too risky, here. Write it. Don’t post it.
3rd post – too risky, here . Write it. Don’t post it.
Instead, had a quick tour of the senses today.
While driving, the smell of fresh-cut grass grabbed my attention as it fought its way through my car’s air-conditioning system . Turn off the a/c. Open the windows. Slow down and savour the air’s freshness as I drive along the busy, crowded, Al Waab Street.
I hear birds chirping, wings flapping overhead in the rafters at Giant Food’s while shopping for my fruit and veggies. I smile, knowing it’s not just anywhere that you can grocery shop in a big mall and still hear sounds of the sweet outdoors.
I taste sweet & sour from the newborn rhubarb in my home-made crisp, and know it is surely spring back where I come from.
I see some out-of-the-ordinary handiwork, imagining that Edward Scissorhands must surely have paid a visit.
Practising yoga this morning, I am touched by the way it makes me feel……….
It makes me happy to see the effort you put into finding the good and the beautiful around you. It sure beats concentrating on the bad – which I sort of presume might be in the “non-posted” articles….
It’s harder to appreciate the good instead and you seem to be making really good progress in that journey. xxx
Yes, it’s difficult to watch what transpires sometimes. Or listen to it. Or read about it. I think trying to find the beauty or good around you is always the challenge, when things are ugly, dark and dismal. In our physical world or emotional world. In comparison to many, our lives are so simple and easy….