This will be my final post in my 3-part series on the “importance of small.” Did I know I was writing a mini-series? No…it just happened. It happened, I think, in response to the feelings I was having of being overwhelmed by the BIG issues in our world.
In response, I instinctively turned to the “small” issues to re-center my self (centering is my OLW).
Did I know I was re-centering? No…it just happened. It was an instinctive move toward balance that was missing in my daily life. First, I turned to nature and wrote about my walks in the park, greeting the “regulars,” which now includes me. Then I wrote about a small visitor who came for an hour-long visit and restored a feeling of joy and fun in my life. I’ve also written recently about how I’ve turned my focus from national issues, to the very threatening issue of over-development in my town, causing me to re-focus my lens.
Yes, there’s a new lens on my camera for now… a micro-lens. Today I was going to write about something small but amazing I found on a recent nature walk, but instead you got this post. (Next time!) This post reflects a different me, turning more inward. I’m usually “out there” spinning around in the universe.
For now, I’m happy to have both feet planted on solid ground!
(find spinning globe @ ptocheia.net “Find out where you will live someday”)