Most things I call meaningful, so undeserving of their label.
Lacking meaning, rarely changing much, I wonder why it is much easier to start new habits – especially something I am excited about – yet so difficult to shed ingrained ones, even when I know something isn’t good for me, isn’t healthy, doesn’t contribute to my wellbeing or anyone else’s.
Sitting here, surrounded by habits …
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morning walk: 7C/45F, clear and calm, full moon watching over our shoulder as the sun rose – an interesting day and robust walk (foot is nearly pain/swelling free –yay!), Gusta focused on dragging her belly in the tall damp grass – cool!
Always thought provoking...this one is really 'hitting it on the head'...punching a wallop... carrying a wake up call. You done good, mate!, SF, Lethbridge, AB
I’m glad you’ll be ready for that climb/hike.The weather this morning was calling me to the mountains as I walked to work. On what you water,…. Sometimes it takes effort to avoid the weeds , as they are also greener if you water them, AK, Calgary, AB
or you could say “the grass is always greener over the septic field”, NL, Balzac, AB
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