May 4, 2019-
Today has certainly been a splendid day. I never feel more alive than when I am strolling the Prescott Farmers’ Market, learning new things about the produce that ever abounds here, and the advances in Earth-friendly natural solutions to our environmental bug bears. For example, today I was introduced to Soap Nuts, a lavender-based, eco-friendly laundry product, which may be re-used as many as eight times. See http://www.heddaskincare.com, for more information on this unique product.
I was able to pass, to another person, a mattress that had been sitting, unused, in my apartment, for the past five years. Needless to say, I have given myself the gift of more space and will continue this process, over the next few weeks. Lastly, I completed the online documents needed for my new work assignment.
I am hard-wired- to love other human beings, to forgive all but the most egregious and willful assaults on my character. I am hard-wired, to not anchor myself to any one place too long; instead, to want the very best for every soul I meet-even if that best requires my absence from their lives or their absence from mine.
I am hard-wired to be proactive, in solving issues; to share what I have, sometimes down to the nub. I am hard-wired to regard no matter as being intractable, to regard even the slowest of progress, as forward motion, nonetheless.
I am hard-wired to neither be discomfited by crowds, nor by isolation. I am good, with huge numbers of people, or none at all. I am hard-wired to look past a person’s outer shell, no matter how ungainly or repellent he or she wants us to believe is the case. There is good, detectable in most, and definitely present in all-even to the extent of a “grain of a mustard seed.”.
I am hard-wired to cherish life.