As good as we know we are – our worst demons keep silently reminding that our worst messages, worst deeds, worst memories and worst experiences must frame us, shape us. Like stick-lumber framing a house.
Re-designing isn’t simply changing lines on paper, but changing our life.
Changing mind-set requires carpentry.
To rebuild, reshape and remake our own image of what those worst-of-times mean – worst moments were just that – moments. Sign-posts for driving-by. Bye-bye.
Reminding of significant events – but surely we don’t need help remembering.
We need help remembering moments.
When sweetness rolled over us like morning fog-blankets, when joy erupted from belly laughs, when smiles connected eye twinkles with fleeting thoughts. When imagination ran away with us …
Or we ran away with it.
column written/ published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 9C/48F, drizzly overcast, calm – and calming despite the traffic buzz, hum of tires on wet – it’s a soggy-dog morning and Gusta the wonder-sniffer could not be happier
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