They seem important to note it, repeat it and send it your way, so I did: “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
I was asked yesterday – since I’m talking and writing about change, as I’m telling about my experiences last week – “what is it you learned?”, as if it was something I could quickly answer.
Seriously, how can a life-transforming process that took four days to install in my processor be regurgitated in a simple summary statement. I struggled with that and have concluded, mostly because I came across those wise words, that it can be stated succinctly as:
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
column written/ published from Calgary
morning walk: 17C/63F, another perfect day in paradise! … and Gusta must have thought she was in such a nirvana land. We drove the car shop, dropped off the car (that old girl is ‘overheating’) and walked back. It was long, eventful and filled with so many unique sights and sounds. Gusta loved it. Me too. I’ve walked that route before, but this was Gusta’s first time!
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