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Positivity Press #8

Whenever I feel the balance tip to dusk, edging towards darkness, I recall the sunrise, or other light-filled images. Metaphorically, yes, but also literally, with dozens of photographs to choose from.

You might wonder if this is a way I escape the present or turn away from a more complicated reality, which is always a mix of light and dark. But that isn’t my experience. Rather, this practice of remembering light helps me keep perspective no matter what is going on around me, just as a wide angle lens captures more landscape.

I wonder what you do to regain perspective when the scales begin to tip. Would you consider sharing that with me and others? Can we remember the light together, then offer it to those who need a little extra today?

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2 replies on “Positivity Press #8”

When things begin to tilt out of balance in my life, I write. It’s been a lifelong passion of mine that only recently have I rediscovered my love of. At the end of the day, no matter how chaotic, I know that as long as I have my writing, I’ll be fine.

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