Find a Way

Today, find a way.

Even hardship, worry, ill-at-ease;

Stir and shift away with breeze.

Today, find a way.

Seize a moment, hold a notion

Breathe in light, glimpse emotion

Grasp a smile.

For a while.

And the way, for today, will stop by.



Bangladesh Boat Bridge

Bangladesh Boat Bridge

Mulu Caves, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

Mulu Caves, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo


4 thoughts on “Find a Way

    • Dear Moses, I am glad that my words inspire–they are sent out to do whatever is right for each person who comes across them, as a ‘shlach lachmecha’–(putting bread upon the water to be carried to whomever needs it). I like your tagline–certainly the Ba’al Shem Tov is someone to follow! 🙂

  1. Very timely. Yesterday brought umbrella disaster, causing mashed pinkie injury and damage to brand-new patio table. Finger healing and bent table opening fixed. Then dead car battery. We decided to go have Mexican food and leave car issue until after vacation. This morning we awoke happy and mellow. For today we found a way. Lovely words and photos!

    • Oh, ow … I’m sorry for the finger ouches and the table damage, then the dead car battery and all the stuff that did not work as planned … But, it does sound like you found a way … and if my words found a way to you, then all the better for it! I needed to find my way, too, the other day, having returned from a very good conference in not the best shape physically … and not sure about the best way to manage a full work week coming up. The solution–finding a way … and taking it day-by-day … Hugs to you (and kisses to the boo-boo on the finger!)

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