BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 by Richard Eyre in SPIRITUAL SERENDIPITY

“If we have to think about every detail of our lives, we ought to sometimes think about them after they have been lived (when we can learn from experience), not always before (when the very thought may intercept or alter the experience). The best time to be aware of details is not before or after, but now. Approaching life as an experience makes us, moment to moment, more aware of what is happening and of what we are feeling – and less aware of what we planned to have happen or wish had happened. Thus we see the opportunities we could never have planned and realize far more serendipity than we otherwise could.”

Richard Eyre, in “Spiritual Serendipity”

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