Hello again, lovely people. It’s time for another installment of Monday Mindfulness.
I find myself coping with and working to improve a few strugglesome things as of late. Outside of work, my days are filled with sunshine and solid ground upon which to stand, for which I am ever grateful. Work, however, has unfortunately become a bit of a long, hard slog with a big ol’ rucksack through a muddy mire into gusty winds. Oh bother.
If there is anything with which you are currently struggling in your own life, then I hope you’ll find a bit of inspiration, hope, or comfort in today’s post – as well as in past Monday Mindfulness offerings. I normally only post one thought of the moment on Mondays, but this time around we’re having a bit of a double feature. Why not, eh?
Edward Estlin Cummings – or e e cummings, as he often styled himself – was an American modernist free-form poet, and it is from him that our first thought for the moment comes.
Here’s a bonus thought for the moment, this one from British writer and poet Aldous Huxley who is perhaps best known as the author of science-fiction classic Brave New World.