Slowing Down


Buses chugging along, zebu pull carts clacking forward, planting rice, whistles, dust blowing, planning our days, what is next…

Ahhh, we rest.  Take in the peace.  Breath.

A child in the market reminded me the other day to take in the peace.  To play.  With all the hustle and bustle in life, this beautiful child took me to a place of stillness.  Even though around us there were hundreds of busy sellers and buyers at the Malagasy Market, this young girl and her old rubber band, reminded me to breath in the Peace the passes all understanding.  Ahhh.  Slow down…play with a child, smile, dare to truly stop and smell the flowers, hear the wind play with the trees, let the sun kiss your face, take a nap…breath.


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