Just taking a break from my day job to eat lunch and to check on my followers. The middle of the day is when I step back and ask how things are going with me.
It was a good morning, although hectic with the noise and clamour of pre-schoolers and water day. I watched my client with Autism run free with the wind in his hair. I pondered his fragile condition, watching tenderly in case he would trip. Like a child, I too can raise my hands to the breeze. I too can run with all my might, knowing that a benevolent presence orders the chaos of my world.
Keeping myself focused on what is most important is a healthy practice. When I am centered, I make better decisions all around. Here's to healthful living!