Whatever Works

 

Occupation.

I’m not talking about a job.

 

I am referring to how one occupies time.

I try to keep myself mindfully occupied.

 

With purpose.

It can’t be all work.

 

One morning it hit me.

I am alone.

 

I focused on keeping myself occupied.

Too occupied that I forgot to smell the flowers.

 

While waiting for my ride to arrive,

This yellow flower greeted me.

 

Appreciation for the little things life offers.

Every day is a work in progress.

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Stephen Evans on Friday, 01 June 2018 02:29

Couldn't agree more. I try to remember to take a moment or two when I leave a building to listen for the birds singing. They always seem to be there no matter where I am.

Couldn't agree more. I try to remember to take a moment or two when I leave a building to listen for the birds singing. They always seem to be there no matter where I am.
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