Let's have even more gratitude
Life unfolds in a mysterious way …..
Still (and always) trying to see the beauty in the "now" and not to let past ugliness or future uncertainty get in the way. It's a struggle, but a worthwhile one. I recently, in my own little brain, came up with a way of flipping the script on my worst case scenario outlook. Instead of asking "what can go wrong?" ask "what can go right?" I'm still training my brain to make the switch but am hopeful it will stick in there at some point. All this to say, your piece got me thinking, Reena. 😊 Thank you.
You said it so beautifully, Reena “Loving without the need to own, keep or possess and with a keen awareness that we’ll eventually have to let go of this beautiful thing, is indeed the final frontier” I look forward to your posts.
Thank you Reena. Touching my heart today!
This is heart touching indeed. Sobering and uplifting at the same time. Your ability to feel the day to day experiences with so much empathy and then writing it down thoughtfully is amazing. Loved it...Keep writing ✍️
everyone suffers and suffering is inherent in life
This is true and made me chuckle as my high school desk mate used to tell me this everyday when we were stressed about exams and the future. Thanks for the beautiful writing Reena
I’m right there with you in these sentiments. Nicely put.
This sent me into a memory. After my team lost the last basketball game of my high school basketball career, my parents went to McDonald's with my best friend's parents. He was my teammate and it was also the last game of his career. We stayed in the locker room and wept. At McDonald's, my best friend's mother started crying and she said to my parents, "I'm not crying because they lost. I'm crying because it's over."
Beautifully written and helped me so much to read this..❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️