Just another step.

And tonight, I don’t have much to share.   Not really. I had a good little walk with my camera today.

I’ve had a lot of fine little walks this past week. During those times, I feel like I can hear more, and perhaps listen more openly. The lesson that kept coming back to me over the last few days has been to appreciate the “right now”….. the people I am with, and the “where” I am …. … at each moment.

You know, I don’t think it is by mere chance that we find the people in our lives who become our friends. (On the other side of that…. I don’t think it is by accident that we find such discontent with others.)  I guess, what I am learning, is that it is all a very connected transition. A big dance.  The lessons before us are what our souls are most yearning for.

Those who are more “spiritually and mentally elevated” than I call it a Process of Enlightenment.

I just say I am wising up.

But I think we are all lined up, or in a circle… or however you want to look at it….  I submit that we are all gathered about with those who can give us these lessons… if we are receptive. Whether they are joyous lessons… or hard ones.

We are here to learn from each other. I think.

“The next best thing to being wise oneself is to live in a circle of those who are” – C.S. Lewis


As a new week begins, and with February approaching, I am reminded that Friday, February the tenth, is just around the bend.

Which will mark the end of Project 368. ( Info on 368: http://www.kronytown.com/368/?page_id=11 )

This is the second year that I’ve conducted this little project. First there was 372. ( Day One of 372: http://www.kronytown.com/372/?p=6  which began January 2010 http://www.kronytown.com/372/?m=201001 ) And now this.

So, I just wanted to remind kith and kin who read this on occasion.. .. …. that this will be wrapping up soon. I am not sure if another Year of Project will follow.


“A wise old owl sat on an oak; The more he saw the less he spoke; The less he spoke the more he heard; Why aren’t we like that wise old bird?” – Old Adage

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