“One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular.”
~ Tony Robbins
But what if what I truly want is to dabble?
My white board beckoned me, and a quote from an Atlanta librarian inspired me. Isn’t June all about parades?
My mother shared this good advice with a wall hanging as a house-warming gift for our redecorated main floor. It looks perfect hanging by the front door on our newly painted Pumpernickel wall.
Can you read it?
Look at everything as though you were seeing it for the first time or the last time. Then your time on earth will be filled with glory.
~ Novelist Betty Smith
I try to do this — see things as if for the first time — with this blog. Writing about the details of the starry sky, my work, the crown molding in my dining room, a spring day (soon! soon!) reminds me of their glory.
Hanging there by the front door, it’s a reminder to savor whatever I’m about to experience as I leave the house.
Each day is a gift. We never when the lights will go out, figuratively or literally. Appreciate it. Today, my nearly new running socks and shoes, a hot shower and my taco salad at lunch were glorious.
What was glorious for you today?