We sleep soundly, pull in morning papers, read emails or check phone messages – knowing how swiftly things change. We embrace much change, but also get anxious – fearing something might make life sad or difficult. Far worse, many fear change even if it brings joy.
Every morning something will change our life in some significant way.
Most things which will alter life as we know it aren’t headlines yet. Aren’t known yet. In a lab somewhere, somebody had an all-nighter, had a breakthrough or somebody struck a clever deal. News of game-changers trickle through …
Things happened yesterday, overnight and this morning which will substantially alter our lives. We don’t know it yet.
We can lock doors, or roll out our welcome mat.
Let them in. They might be our future.
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: -4C/25F, yesterday’s snow receded slightly, steady north breeze, early morning silence under clear skies – great star show. Gusta wandered wherever her nose wanted to go and I followed …
Where does the smart phone "help" fit into this scenario? I have re-read my message only to add a bit more, not reread and oops/sh##!!! oh man that was really wonky but it's already been sent!!!, JLB, Canmore, AB
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