Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Wonder of Life

Life never ceases to amaze me.

There is always something to learn, to do, to understand, to see in different ways. Even the hard parts of life offer something worthwhile to help shape your character, your will, your dreams. It still amazes me, after all I've seen in life that's clearly not been good by anyone's standards- I still find it beautiful.

Just wanted to share that thought tonight.


DreamDancer said...

Isn't it amazing how we can still find beauty in unexpected places? Cherish those thoughts :)

Shadow said...

yip. every day there's something worthwhile to remember...

Susan said...

Thank you for sharing some of the beauty you have found!

Syd said...

I agree with you. It is beautiful. And I've learned from my mistakes.

kberman said...

God gives us a perfect day every day to do with as we wish. The moments we spend in gratitude are the memories we hold most dear. Love, Kathy Did the other lady talk about herself in the meeting? If not, then you need to be with the winners. My sobriety date is 11/24/76 and in the beginning of our recovery, I think the main thing anyone needs to do is to begin separating oneself from the people who aren't sure that they don't want to drink again.

It is a daily decision and means that you go to meetings but don't get entangled in other people's choices. What is your choice?

Sobriety is free but it isn't cheap.
Love, Kathy

findingmywingsinlife said...

Yes, it is amazing :)

yeppers ;)

Your welcome, hope you enjoyed your visit here :)

I would have to say that I've learned from some of my mistakes, but I'm not totally convinced yet that I've learned from all of them :)

I wonder if you have somehow confused me with someone else??? My apologies, but I didn't quite understand where you were going with this. I do however, think that you are right in that many of our most cherished memories have gratitude in them. But I must also say that sometimes the best memories don't always have that, sometimes its a different sort of feeling that keeps the memory close to your heart.