Thoughts for a frosty morning

Thoughts for a frosty morning

Thoughts for a frosty morning

It has been a little while, I know, and I will write soon about the details of the first few weeks of January, but I wanted to share a thought while I’m waiting for my train to work. It is so easy to put off doing the thing one really wants to do by doing all of the things that are closely related to it, but still not quite The Thing.  Let me explain.  Have you ever wanted to read a book so much, had it resting there on the couch beside you, unopened, and for some reason spent the

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Why should it take an earthquake?

Why should it take an earthquake?

I’ve been thinking, this morning, about how quickly one’s perspective can change, often through illness or a sudden event that causes us to focus on what’s important. I have often listened to people who have faced trauma or long-term, serious illness and been inspired by their views.  Then, inevitably, I have thought ‘What if it didn’t take something so huge and catastrophic to force us to re-evaluate our lives and our values?’ I had an awful dose of tonsillitis just before the summer.  I was at home, off work, for almost a week, in a lot of pain, shivering, sweating

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