|It's the Little Things...|
Our kids don't know about traffic jams and gridlock, they know about petting dogs, exploring the bushes and talking to friends. Our back yards may be small with the new age of development, however the community space opens our ability to connect and belong in unity.
The dogs eyes are always longing for a ball thrown at the green space. The kids want to go as well...and want to be tickled-chased by me. And sometimes I would rather stay at home in my jammies, but when I get myself out, I am always rewarded with the gift it brings my spirit.
You may look at this and wish you had the same, but I'm sure if you think about it their is a gem of a space in your community that gives you calm. Where do you meditate? What will be a space you will think about when your older and unable to walk? Where is your spot that gives you a sense of gratitude?