|My real-time hero, Greg House, MD|
I often think that we don't give him enough time to "be" and we certainly don't give ourselves much time to "be". Being in the moment is the mantra of the spiritually adept...not us, as we are really not given to conventional spirituality, nor are we adept (Christmas is a day of humility so I make this admission). Moments in the day are regulated by things which need to be done, tasks that need to be accomplished and the mundane attended to...after that, there is little time to "be", just the peaceful sleep of the exhausted. Hopefully, the karmic spin of the universe will allow me to live quietly in a Buddhist monastery in the next life time. Just being...
Anyway, my one day holiday wish is for all parents and care-takers of the disabled to have one day to just "be" and to intentionally navel gaze. It's ok, at least today, at least on a part-time basis! Tomorrow will bring the same as yesterday...but not today.
Additionally as a gift to all, I discovered and embedded a widget (top right side bar which will allow you to read this nonsense in pretty much any language...click the drop down menu and pick Russian (in honor of Leonid) or traditional Chinese. In a flash the blog is now in whatever tongue you choose. Well, off to brush breakfast off of Adam's tongue.
A request, since I am mono-lingual, is for bi-lingual readers to leave a comment about how this translator reflects the reality of the language. I never trust widgets...especially those that track followers. The numbers never match.