Each Day is Special - Nov 7 2012
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I'm so pleased that the election cycle is over - the deluge of postcards, brochures, and negative ad campaigns was at a fever pitch! Just think if all that money had been invested in education and infrastructure rather than in TV spots. I suppose the chance of reining that in next time is slim to none. Still, one can always dream.
We are heading into holiday season, with all the myriad friends and family who have different beliefs. Some celebrate Thanksgiving, others Christmas, others Hanukkah, and many other days as well. It's a reminder of how beautifully diverse our world is, how we all have a range of cultures and how this makes our life rich and full. The more we can appreciate each other, the more we can soak in the beauty of this all-too-short time we have.
Here's an interesting thought. What if every day was its own special holiday? Today is November 7th. It's the last day you can submit your poems, photos, plays, stories, and other artistic creations to Mused! That makes it special. Mused offers free feedback as well. When was the last time you had the option for something fully free that could get you world-wide appreciation as well? Share this with family and friends -
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So then what will tomorrow hold? Did you know in Welsh mythology that November 8th is Gwynn ap Nudd day? He's the Winter King, and helps us to have a comfortable, enjoyable winter. That's something I am happy to celebrate!
Think of each day as offering something special to you. You can never get it back, once it's gone. What special gift does the present day hold for you? How can you appreciate it?
Forward this message to a friend, because we all could use a bit less stress in our world!
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