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Opening Up Our Mind

Updated on February 4, 2016

Let Our Limits Go

We have all lived very different lives

The constant juggling act between work and play

Watching t.v. as a past time

Sqeezing in a movie to make our days more interesting

Catching the news and a few talk shows

Each day going to work

Making the time for good eating habits and exercise

Finding the best way to pay our bills

Enjoying our family with all our upcoming events

From birthday celebrations to a baby christening

Two weddings last year and a holy communion

Holidays split up the year

Vacations make work more pleasant

Thinking of things to do

Even if those plans never develop

What about the things we read ?

How does that shape our lives and our future ?

From newspapers to magazines

So many online sources

Facebook and HubPages

All the good books on so many different titles

Starting with the Holy Bible to all the different religions and faiths

Learning and living life

When we think we know something

Think again ?

Life is still a mystery to me

I enjoy every minute

Taking one breath at a time



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      DREAM ON 22 months ago

      DDE Finding time to enjoy life and love all around. Taking the simple and making it grand. Thanks so much for reading and sharing. Have a great day.

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      Devika Primić 22 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      I live with an open mind in a foreign land. I like your meaningful writing.

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      DREAM ON 22 months ago

      Michael-Milec We only can make ourselves happy and in so doing feel others will be happy too. Thank you for reading and sharing.

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      Michael-Milec 22 months ago

      We have to squeeze all we want to do and to know within twenty four hours. No one has promised me , after eightieth birthday your day will be one hour longer. Yet my happiness and contentment never leaves me as I am taking time accomplishing the most I can... A few things today go slower than they did yesterday. "Taking one breath at a time..."