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Our Windows=Our World

 Pamela (aka Sky­d­weller) is an ana­lyst (dubbed by her hus­band as a Quan­ti­ta­tively Tran­scen­dent Pul­chri­tudi­nous Infor­mat­ics Execu­tor) and writer. Her inter­ests and hob­bies include busi­ness, research, analy­sis, real estate con­sult­ing, mar­ket­ing, psy­chol­ogy, process improve­ment, read­ing, writ­ing, and sculpt­ing. Read more from this author

We make our own win­dows to the world. The scenes we see are of our own creations.

We choose: cyn­i­cism and bit­ter­ness or joy and openness.

We hate the cold or appre­ci­ate the shel­ter. We per­ceive intru­sion or invi­ta­tion. We lament what we lack or are grate­ful for what we have.

Time is illu­sory; in the end, we are only what we have cho­sen to see.

What we hate cre­ates rents in our souls that present bar­ri­ers to joy.  All tres­passes are noth­ing unless we allow them power.

The com­mon denom­i­na­tor in life is breath­ing; all else is optional.

Per­haps in death, it is what we breathed for that we find; if this is so, let us breathe for our­selves and look toward joy, good­ness, and love, enabling us to rec­og­nize the path when we are dust and the wind flies us toward what we have cul­ti­vated in our hearts through the courses of our lives.

And in that we have lived for the good, the joy, and the light, what we find in the end will be famil­iar and good.

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Posted by on March 15, 2009.

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