the power of ordinary
So far this month I’ve blogged about:
chatting with a friend
They are mundane topics. Ordinary to the point of boredom. Plain and simple every day moments that aren’t unique to me. In fact, these things are almost insignificant — but they change me for the better.
I write small in order to understand big.
I’m challenging myself to see how small I can write, to find the most ordinary points of my day, and then to push myself to find the meaning. I think of it as finding unexpected gems tucked into my days. Too often I miss these powerful moments.
I think this is part of Mission Story
. It’s about being aware of the ordinary moments, capturing them, and finding they are indeed tiny
, but powerful.
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