It amazes me how quick our vision of what is going on can all change so quick. A couple of days ago I was on top of the world. Everything seemed crystal clear. Then I awoke with what felt like a plugged up ear. I have this constant high pitched ringing that sounds like a huge industrial fan sitting on my right shoulder. My equalibrium has been thrown out of whack and I have a hard time keeping my balance and have actually fallen a couple of times.
While my vision is as good as it ever gets, I feel very much like this image taken from my chair in the living room.
Trying to get back to center! en theos monos ††† jim
If you are going to walk on the edge, you need people that will help you keep your balance. It is way too easy to get knocked off course.
“My friends and family are my support system. They tell me what I need to hear, not what I want to hear and they are there for me in the good and bad times. Without them I have no idea where I would be and I know that their love for me is what’s keeping my head above the water.”
Find someone to help you find the balance! ††† en theos ††† jimwork
As we walk around the streets of T or C NM, we hear conversations all about the heavy rains and flooding that was here just last week. We see buildings with sandbags still piled against door bottoms to keep out the water as it rushed down normally arid lanes. Just as the conversation fades, so goes the rain. The Rio runs not so Grande and the water has mostly dried to cracking mud along the curbs.
Life is such a balancing act. Learning to live with the highs and the lows, somehow trying to find the comfort of the middle ground.
Enjoy where you are, and what you have today. It will most likely be more or less than you want. ††† en theos ††† jimwork