Sunday, March 3, 2013

Meghan KH

♥ "Random Act of Sethness" I have been going to see a family member in a nursing home this past week (he moved in Saturday). Each time I go, I think of Seth & I make sure to find a few folks who are sitting alone, introduce myself, and have a nice, lil conversation with them. We've laughed and shared stories, and most importantly, shared a beautiful connection with one another. There's a magic I see in the eyes of elderly that I love and respect.... oh, the places they've been! I feel blessed when they share their life experiences with me. 

1 comment:

  1. Yes Meghan (KH), that seems 2 B what it's all about (I can say after a lill experimenting). The ol sayin "more blessed to give that receive"...

    I'm on top a the worl' after my random (wasn't planned) act of sethness. I did not C the movie/read the book or where ever "it came from" but supported some 1 I hadn't seen in 40 yrs. today.
    Thru her own dis-ease she cried out that "We all should treat each other w/respect, these things can B invisible (ADD, HIV/AIDs, IBS, Crones, Depression, whatever it might B)." She was in pain due to her infirmity AND being treated poorly around how it dis-abled her. I spoke off the cuff, as an ally to all humanity sayin that: "We all have a disability (in this world biased on love, even a predjice can B seen as a disease). Look inside yerself 2 ID one and you identify with all human-Kind. We all share this 'condition' as we walk the planet together so when that grumpy 1 "dised" U today & U "were entitled to" snap back with unkindness realize there is choice. We can spread the negativity into all of our field's of living -or- absorb it, pass on equanimity instead." /Or/ as my young brother did - go 1 step better, perform a random act of sethness.