Have you ever had one of those days, moments, or experiences where your mind just has more to say than you can get out fast enough?
The circles of life around us are never ending. One life to the next, experiences are coming forward and breathing life in ways that will touch others without them even knowing it.
It is true, every person is fighting a battle you know nothing about. We walk by each other with so much haste at times that we cannot often hear the silent tears or breathless moments others are struggling with in the exact moment that we may be experiencing joy.
Mind you…have no guilt for your joy. It is that joy, simple smile on your face as you embrace or the skip in your step that the one struggling grabs onto as you walk by. We feed each other’s souls when we least expect it. We nurture another’s heart when they need it most. We are to each other, what we need to be.
Have faith in the greater purpose.
So, consider in your joy the one who knows not the same joy. When you smile, think of the person who has not had a reason to smile in some time. When those overwhelming successes come your way after a journey you have worked hard to receive, wish them on those whom you will never meet that need those same experiences as much as you did today.
It is simple. When we own our stories, we thrive. But, when we share those experiences we become.
Take it to the next level and be amazed at the gifts to be had on the continuing journey tomorrow!
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