Friday, June 22, 2007

The best ideas are frequently simple ones

Take the idea of 'just one thing'

Have you had a bad day/week/year?

Find "just one thing" you would not change. "Just one thing" that worked. "Just one thing" you feel good about.

You can do that. Anyone can do that. After all, breathing counts. So do the people whom you always want in your corner. So does the nice thing someone said that you were able to push into the background while you noticed everything else.

"Just one thing" does not make it a good day or week or year.

"Just one thing" does not mean you will instantly become successful or happy or productive.

Still. Try it.

Just one thing.

Name it. Describe it to yourself in all its complicated sensory reality. Tell someone else about it. Learn how to do it again.

Just one thing.

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