I couldn't let the sensory explosion fade away to the rhythm of time. So, I preserved it. I parked the car on the curb, grabbed my camera, checked behind me if there was traffic coming, lucky that there was none- stood in the center of the road and made a profound click on the camera. And, below is my keepsake... my own personal treasure (barring the traffic signal ofcourse).
And, since another week is upon, I leave you with the following as you begin your fabulous week
Fighting against a sense of despair will only make it worse. Instead of letting despair feed on itself, do something positive and proactive to break the pattern.
When you become angry about being angry, that will only make your anger more destructive. The more intensely you feel your frustration, the more frustrated you will become.
The way out is to quickly and decisively break the pattern. Realize that the negative momentum is building and do something so completely unrelated that you knock it off track.
Don't make your negativity stronger by fighting against it. Instead, make it irrelevant and powerless by turning your attention and putting your energy in a radically different direction.
Be outrageously and unreasonably positive. Be funny and creative and ridiculous and joyful all at the same time.
Smile, laugh and be enthusiastic about life even when you have no reason to be. By breaking the negative pattern, you'll create many great reasons to smile.
-- Ralph Marston