Go to the grocery store Get some coffee Go to a view Find a new place you've never been Buy art supplies Get lunch Find a recipe Go thrifting Hang out at a park Watch a movie Read a book Smoke Listen to music Go somewhere you haven't in awhile Feel the energy in a metaphysical shop Doodle on something random Wake up early Make a charcuterie board Light a candle Affirmations. You attract what you put forward to the universe.
Breathe so deep Rest in sleep Promises keep Rediscover simplicity
Help a friend Kind thoughts send Families blend Rediscover harmony
Dig the ground Let plants abound Listen for every sound Rediscover nature
Orange sunrise Brightening skies Peace for mind and eyes Rediscover mornings
Simple needs met A day well spent Children heaven sent Rediscover prosperity
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I heard the word rediscover the other day and it sparked my mind. Particularly, I think it's helpful to re-adopt some attitudes and perspectives that children have. Our little two year old granddaughter is a great inspiration!
So I described in each paragraph (stanza) some ways and images - some ways we can rediscover some of these simple refreshing views.
Take me back to the times when I didn’t know what I know now. Take me back to the days where I didn’t know that I existed in a cruel world. Take me back to where the only faces I naturally smiled at were the people who truly loved me. Take me back to the days when my Queen-sized bed was a white crib and slept for as long as I wanted. My parents did everything for me while I just smiled and giggled. Take me back to the times when my car was a stroller and the gas that kept it going was my parent’s arms. Take me back to the time when having fun meant riding my bike or scooter around the park. Take me back to the days when the only things worth chasing were bubbles before they got away. Take me back to the times where the only games I was used to was Dragon Ball Z or Tekken or Mortal Kombat. Or games on the websites of Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, or Nickelodeon. Take me back to the days when the only words to describe boys were annoying or cute. Take me back to the days when the only friends I knew I had was my teddy bear or my blanket. Take me back to the days when the only color I was concerned about was the my favorite one. Take me back to the days when my devices of entertainment were dolls, toy cars, and an easy bake oven. Take me back to the days when the only puzzle pieces to put together were ones my parents purchased for me. Take me back to the days where my thoughts were what was for dinner or what I was going to wear the next day. Take me back to the days of nap time. Take me back to the days where the only stories I enjoyed hearing were from Dr. Suess or Eric Carle.
I know I couldn’t wait to grow up. But I’d give anything for one day of the simplicity I wasn’t thankful enough for. #OWL'S WORLD #OWL'******br>