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June 5, 2017

Interruptions are not interruptions in and of themselves. If the broader context of the interruption is understood (as something needing attention for wellbeing – maybe even another’s wellbeing, but still in some way as your own, because your world includes them), attending to it becomes more meaningful, even a priority (which means lesser exhaustion!). In fact, your life grows larger, because life has simply come to be about much more than what you were dealing with at one time. And your interruption becomes a chore ticked. Now that can readily make for celebration (against despair)! (Boy, did I carry that too far, ha ha!!).


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