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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Making Each Day Fresh


Sometimes I think of the days of my life as exquisite and pristine plants that come into being each morning anew. Or as pearls in the string of days in the years of my life. I am afforded the opportunity - as we all are - to nurture this plant, to care for it and bring it into rich fullness. All that is needed for this to happen is that we regard our days as gifts rather than hours to endure until evening rolls around or as a series of hours to tolerate until the weekend or a special event or vacation time come knocking. We also need to recognize that if our lives are undergoing difficulty and turmoil, pain and desperation, we nevertheless have the opportunity to make the days of our lives gifts, even if only in our inner world, which is where we always have the ultimate choice ... if we so desire.

We thoughtlessly scatter these gifts - our days - throughout the years of our lives, rarely giving much thought to what we are so mindlessly throwing away ... our very life, because what is our life if not a succession of hours and days?

When I see an image of a dew-covered lush green leaf or flower such as that depicted here, I am always filled with the immensity of nature's freshness of each new day. That plant or leaf may be gone at the end of the day, but a new one springs forth the next morning.

To view our days as precious is a step in the right direction. The choice to recognize that we may elect to nurture them into verdant life is ours to make. And by making such a conscious choice we enrich our lives. Annie Dillard put it beautifully: "How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives".

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