“If I unfocus my eyes, I see exactly what the Candor don’t believe in—gray.”
The farther we’ve gotten from the magic and mystery of our past, the more we’ve come to need Halloween.
- Paula Curan
Originally posted on SMALL-TOWN GIRLS, MIDNIGHT TRAINS:
I will see the world with wonder, with gratitude, with respect. I will strive to stay, though ever moving, right in the happy middle: the intersection of longing and contentment. I will not close my eyes to the harsh realities of life and will endeavor to respond with compassion and action, but I will keep my rose-colored glasses on hand, in my carry-on, and remember to count my blessings.
I will not count how many countries I’ve been to, though I don’t think poorly of people who do. I will try to resist the temptation to count because I don’t want the number to be my motivation. I don’t want to travel just to tick a place off a list. I don’t want to say: “My name is X and I have been to Y out of Z countries,” though there’s really nothing wrong with that. I…
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