Stop. Wonder!

This really is an age of wondrous things. 

. . .

electricity

mp3 players

ear buds

kindles

text messaging

webcameras

. . .

The list is endless. Just think, 100 years ago, people could not imagine what we accept without question as reality. Miracles are part of our daily lives, but we rarely stop to wonder at the intricate blessings of technology.

My foster-niece, Izzy (who I usually call Bizz) is not even two years old yet. She hasn’t had time to grow bored with what we call “modern convenience”. She really does watch the world with glittering eyes . . . and it really is like magic!

So, my advice for the day is to follow Bizz’s example. Find the magic in your surroundings!

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