High & Low

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:32 PM in

A wonderful Wednesday, with a new sequence of High & Low. All I can say today, is that I am happy, I am on holiday, I went shopping with mom and granny, cooked a great meal and I see absolutely no reason to register a low for the day. So this indeed a high day!

As I go through all kinds of feelings and experiences in my journey through life -- delight, surprise, chagrin, dismay -- I hold this question as a guiding light: "What do I really need right now to be happy?" What I come to over and over again is that only qualities as vast and deep as love, connection and kindness will really make me happy in any sort of enduring way.
as per Sharon Salzberg

And all I feel today is love, connection and kindness! Send it all to you, my readers!

Smiles LOL



Thank you Claudia. I can feel all that love, connection and kindess coming my way. Wonderful!! How can you have a low in the day when you are on holiday and your mum and granny are there with you. Enjoy your time with them my friend.

What a wonderfully uplifting post, Claudia. I can feel your love all the way over here & I'm so happy knowing you're having such a wonderful time with your family. With such a lovely philosophy and outlook, you should find life brings many blessings your way.

Glad you are having such a wonderful visit. There doesn't need to be lows in life, that's for sure.

@Diane, Desiree & Belle - thank you for you kind words! And it is true! I indeed happy today!

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