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Just One Still Moment

Birds singing.

Female cardinal at the front door.

A solitary boat motor far away,

paddles dipping, moving water, pausing to glide before repeating.

The blue of the sky so pale that clouds blend, almost unnoticed.

I feel good. I feel fine. I feel still.

Shifting into stillness from the usual morning routine was as easy as looking up.

Looking away.


Sometimes that’s all it takes – just one still moment and a shift in the normal ways of looking to see something else, something different, something new.

Just one still moment can change the way you see your world, and as a result, it changes the way you feel.


What do you hear?

What do you see?

How do you feel?

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