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The very best of days

Updated: May 21, 2020

As the days move forward and we adjust to what everyone is calling "the new normal", I want to challenge each and every one of you to find your best of days. When do you last remember having time to breath, to inhale freely and to exhale just the same. There is no clock stealing time from your children, your family, your studies, your hobbies, your passions...there is just the open and endless possibilities of finding something new. What have you always wanted to learn? A new language, a new skill? How has time robbed you of what's important in your household, from your very soul, from your state of being?

These days of COVID-19 aren't a time of anguish and uncertainty, they are a time of peace and fulfillment. Find your passion, live your dream, learn your desire...whatever you do, make it the very best of days. Before you know it, your time will be stolen again with the things that will hold little importance in your life, and the time you will now.

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