Pete looks at the TV with his mouth open and asks, "Can a person ride a kangeroo?" And then he asks about supper.
I found an iPad photo I created a few years ago. it's silly -- me writing some bad Haiku -- but there's a point in me sharing it.
Presently, I'm enjoying watching my kids watch this PBS show.
And moments of enjoyment when we aren't focused on what-if worries or past regrets or agendas or schemes, we are living in the now. And this is the way we can presently live in eternity -- living in the moment, fully living that moment in time; breathing in the magic of that moment; observing, soaking it all in; letting small moments make us more like the ones we were created to be.
Why not try and write some silly haiku poems? Don't concern yourself if it is good or not. All it has to have is three lines -- the 5-7-5 syllable thing isn't necessary. What is necessary though is observation. When I wrote those haikus above on June 9, 2012, I had no idea they would mean so much four years later.
If you have courage, write a haiku poem and share it in the comments section below. I'd love to read them.
So, do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself." Matthew 6:34a
“So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.“So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.