Power of Appreciation

June 12, 2014 at 9:50 pm | Posted in Australia | 3 Comments

This is a re-blog from my friend queasypeasy. When I read it I had to share it with as many people as possible as it is so wonderfully expressed. Thank you my friend.

QP and Eye

How often do we find ourselves appreciating someone, or thing after we have lost them or it has left? If we’re truthful, probably too often. We’re focussed on the task of getting something done, achieving to our potential, doing our best, giving it our all and we grapple with so much along the way. If the task has taken effort and energy the final outcome can be an anti-climax. We’ve expended so much in the getting there we haven’t taken time to enjoy, appreciate, or focus on the journey … and then it’s gone.

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  1. Read the post Linda. Enjoyed it. Read some other posts as well. It really is a very good blog.

    • I thought you would, Don. My friend lacks confidence in her writing, but she is really very good – as well as clever, perceptive, empathetic …

      • Yes I can certainly feel that.


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