Perfect Moment Monday is more about noticing a perfect moment than about creating one. Perfect moments can be momentous or ordinary or somewhere in between.
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Here’s a perfect moment from my week.
I tweeted this thought this week:
but also NOT to be able to say “I am happy”?
I wasn’t really feeling depressed; just noticing that having happy things around me doesn’t guarantee happy feelings in me. It may follow, too, that having sad things around me doesn’t have to mean sad feelings in me.
Does the center of a spinning wheel move? I see the very heart of myself as the part that is fluid yet rock steady no matter what drama is going on in the dizzying outlying radius. At my core is that small kernel of the Divine, the timeless mystery. And it’s surrounded by my story, the one that’s been unfolding throughout my life.
So for this week, as I was feeling a little melancholy — not because of anything, just as part of a mood cycle — I found the stillness in me that is impervious and eternal.
For just a moment. A perfect moment.
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Now. What Perfect Moment have you recently been aware of?