the sacred pause

What if we stopped celebrating

being busy as a measure of importance?

What if we instead celebrated how much

time we had spent listening, pondering, meditating,

and enjoying time with the most important people

in our lives?

~Greg McKeown

when we reconsider how well we love….

inquiry for today~ take yourself home to ease and replenishment….

resting here

We can choose to be grateful, no matter what.

This type of gratitude transcends whatever is happening around us.

It surpasses disappointment, discouragement and despair.

It blooms just as beautifully in the icy landscape of winter

as it does in the pleasant warmth of summer.

~Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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