A Sunday contemplation:
To nourish and feed the soul,
Or to ponder over ………..
“others ignore our faults and just see our smile”
That’s a fine thing. Fwiw when I’m out on bicycle or walking I always like to smile to anyone I see coming the other way since I’m having a good time, and I hope they are too. A smile is a small thing that costs nothing, but may lighten their heart a little.
A smile is a small thing that costs nothing, but may lighten their heart a little.
It is like a flash of lightning, a few seconds. A quick smile at a someone, but it may turn out to be the only positive experience for that person, that day.
A smile and g’day goes to anyone I walk past on the footpath….even those wearing face masks in 40 degree heat!
The heat over here is pissing me off. With that said, a dear senior lady walked into to the servo without a mask and she put her hand upon her mouth realizing she forgot her mask…I said don’t worry about, it is theatre…loudly. Everyone heard it.
No dramas for her getting served and paying the bill. I wear a mask like a earing dangling from my ear.
A true story I like to repeat.
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Character is the ability to carry out a good resolution long after the excitement of the moment has passed.— Cavett Robert