Wednesday, June 26, 2013

SEA SHELLS

can be a metaphor for our lives. Day before yesterday, the beach in Jupiter was littered with shells of all sizes, types, and colors. It was beautiful as were the sunny blue skies and aqua marine waters that gently kissed the shore.

Yesterday there were some shells, but not that many. Today hardly any. Like the tides and the shells, our lives shift day to day. Not every day is sunny and bright. But hopefully, things return to a better state quickly when not so positive shifts occur.

Intriguingly, it is hard to understand why the shells come and go as they do. Similarly, sometimes it is hard to know why our  lives shift as they do. But when it happens we just have to float.

I hope that your emotional beach is filled with beautiful shells, more often than not.

Bye for Now,

bill

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