I just published a new article on Medium.com. It begins:
“Like many people, I was always a reflective type. I liked to think deeply about all matters of life. Yet as the years go by, I’ve noticed the ever-changing form the reflections have taken. When I was young, my reflections had a slightly sharper tone. It’s not that the content of the thoughts have changed much, but rather my relationship with those thoughts has softened. There is a greater appreciation for the delicacy of the nature of things. This includes the delicacy of those people I know and those I don’t know, those with whom I have a close personal relationship and those I do not. When it comes to conflict, it just feels natural to let it go and let bygones be bygones. What difference does it really make?”…
“As the Years Pass, Life Gets Sweeter”
(Comments, shares and likes are welcome.)
The feeling under your words comes through here beautifully… Very moving. Thank you for sharing this reflection.
So true… I have noticed my tendency to argue and pursue victories in conflict has lessened in my time one the mountain. On and on it goes…
Thank you ?
This is a wonderful expression of so many subtle feelings and understandings. Thank you for putting words to what many of us also feel, but have not been able to articulate.
I echo Larry’s comment. Thank you