Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Scattered Thoughts

I started working at a law firm a few weeks ago. I've been getting everything "organized" in my life. Change is good!

Now I think I can join a circus. I've become quite the juggler...work,kids,life,kids,chores,kids,sleep,kids... did I mention kids?

I am enjoying my job a lot. I especially like the fact that I put into practice (on a regular basis) everything I comment on. I find myself making mental references to different things that appear here (I'm starting to hear Gil's voice in my head,quoting himself).

So I've come to the conclusion that service is like tying your shoe, getting dressed or even breathing. I admit, it's not the first time I've thought this, just the first time I've mentioned it. Once you make it a part of your everyday life you just do it, you don't think about how to be kind, friendly, helpful etc... Service becomes a part of you, it's a disease ( a good one if such a thing exists). Go out and spread the virus! The more people that are infected the better.

Speaking of viruses, I have a cold and I'm beginning to feel the effects of the cold medication. So I bid you Adieu and wish you, who are reading, a very Happy and Peaceful Thanksgiving Day!

--Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold. (Maurice Settle)



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