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it’s in the details

July 16, 2013

The book I’m reading includes the following comment about life and happiness as part of dialogue between two characters about the lack of large discoveries or “finds” in archeology:

“It’s actually a lot like life.  You’re not going to find happiness or meaning.  It’s in the details.  The petty details, of yours, mine, whoever’s life, and how you make them all add up.”

The author did an excellent job of saying what I’ve been working on learning.  Happiness is in the little details, we don’t “Find” it, it’s just there for and all we need to do is see it.  It’s in how we add up all the little moments of happiness.

Sky Report at 10:00 – still clear blue sunny skies, still very very hot

Yarn Strands: two blue


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