Posted by Ben Naga
Posted on June 13, 2017, in Quatrain and tagged Contentment, Generosity, Observation, Quiet mind. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.
This is what I work hard at.
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Alternatively you might relax and do it anyway? 😉
Smiles. Yes, that works, too.
Yes, I have been known to say out loud to myself. (When there’s no one around.) “That seems a sensible thing to do.” Pause. “But I’ll do it anyway.” 🙂
Eight words, profound wisdom.
A reminder to myself (and anyone else who happens by).
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Yes, we should all put it on post-it notes. Seriously.
Bless you, Betty.
We are often told about this in our uni ( to listen and observe more than talk) the person in front can often give you more knowledge than you think…just like you have given me 😉
Well “Give much.”, right? 😀
And in those four lines lie the ultimate wisdom.
Or part of it anyway. 🙂
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