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OUR IMMEDIATE WORLD…T. Levitt, Winnegrad

                                         

We are encouraged to dream big. The people we revere, honor, are people who are famous and distinguished individuals. These are lofty and idealistic standards to strive for. Our accomplishments take place in OUR IMMEDIATE WORLD. That is with; our family, our friends, our neighbors our colleagues at work, our community. This is OUR IMMEDIATE WORLD. 

We should value our accomplishments and contributions on how we bring goodness into OUR IMMEDIATE WORLD. Our actions that are close to the ground should be celebrated more frequently by ourselves. The goodness that one brings into the IMMEDIATE WORLD should be cherished even if they go unnoticed by others. This will bring a sense of meaning to one’s life. The smallest act of caring can turn a life around. Such as a compliment, a suggestion, a hug, a smile. No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. STAY IN THE IMMEDIATE WORLD.

Being aware of who you assisted, gave motivation to, is enough to appreciate the accomplishment. You know what you have done and achieved. There is no need for others to “sing” praises to you. Rest comfortably that you have touched YOUR IMMEDIATE WORLD. How satisfying is that.

OUR IMMEDIATE WORLD is sometimes in need of being moved a bit. THAT IS THE SENSE OF MEANING. BEGIN NOW.

TAKE CARE, STAY WELL, STAY HEALTHY. ALWAYS HAVE FAITH. THANK YOU. 

Categories: PERSPECTIVES

ron winnegrad

Ron Winnegrad has been a Perfumer and teacher for 46 years. As a perfumer, Ron has been able to express the world he sees through a rainbow of olfactive and emotive visions. As a teacher, Ron has helped others to see fragrance through his own multi sensorial lens.

1 reply

  1. This is good medicine for me right now. I am practicing to be present rather than being tugged away by the thoughts of others elsewhere, and what they are doing rather and comparing my life to that of theirs. This is unhealthy, and causing dissonance within myself. When I come present, I realize peace, Living each breath as fully as I can. Grateful for you!
    Stay well.
    Love you.
    ~ Namaste

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