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Your Daily Dose of Delight

Quick Look “Delight” — I’m not talking about thrills or new desserts — is a really big deal, but, for many folks I know, it’s been drowned out. A Tale My wife consistently plays the piano. Sometimes her playing disappoints her, sometimes a new piece seems … Continue reading

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Practicing Enjoying

Notice an enjoyment that steadily nourishes you. Exciting whims can come and go, but some are deeper or more nourishing than others. If it seems eclipsed at the moment, poke around, try different things, see if it matures and deepens … Continue reading

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Echoes on Delight

Energy is eternal delight. William Blake The Complete Illuminated Books If we’d only stop trying to be happy we could have a pretty good time. Edith Wharton It’s not the nature of the work but its consecration* that is the … Continue reading

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