Good morning all - it's a chilly Wednesday morning here on the UWS and as I start the day doing what I do everyday - job hunt, mostly, but also curate my own life, I am reminded by my discovery yesterday of The Perfect Autumn Leaf. I was leaving my apartment to go to drop off laundry (see? curating my life) and saw the most perfect autumn leaf on the sidewalk. Dropping it on a blue newspaper stand picked up all the various colors and enhanced them. After the pic was taken, I left it there for someone else to discover and enjoy.
It struck me that we rush by so often past all the amazingly beautiful things in creation - and not just things, but people too. It's so easy in the rush rush rush of the world to simply ignore, forget, dismiss, people in our lives.
So, today's challenge is to stop.
Just stop what you're doing.
And take a moment to look around at what you might be missing.
As Ferris said, life moves pretty fast and if you don't stop once in awhile, you might miss it. Don't miss it.