The one reason life is like going out to dinner is that each day we wake up we can’t decide what to do. In a restaurant, we can’t decide what to order. In both cases the culprit is too many choices. That, and a mind (or stomach) that can not decide what’s most important.
“Unhappiness is best defined as the difference between our talents and our expectations.” — Edward de Bono
There are many ways to start talking about this. And initially, I was simply going to let the quote “speak for itself”, without any additional dialogue.
However, me being me, well, that obviously didn’t happen.
But compromise is in order and I will end this Mid Life Celebration blog post with a top-of-mind thought.
Once I started writing, consistently, back in March, a transformation began. As if something inside me was awakened and began to grow. And then suddenly realized, I hadn’t even begun to discover what was possible.
Talk about a joyful experience. Undiscovered joy, newly found, was remarkably humbling. And humility brings incredible joy.
Oh, and by the way….
“Unhappiness is best defined as the difference between our talents and our expectations.”