Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We will get there someday.

“Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We will get there someday.” – Winnie the Pooh

Sometimes the deepest lessons in life come from the simplest of sources!

Do you recognize and act upon pearls of wisdom if they’re in an innocuous place or come from an unlikely source?

Do you require others to vett where you receive lessons from?

Do you only accept lessons if they come from highly respected sources?

We live in a world where #influencers dictate what is good and worthwhile, and what isn’t, at least for a large number of their followers! Do you align with what they offer and their messages, or do you march to the beat of another drummer – You?

Our hustle bustle life has been disturbed, we have been forced to slow down and to appreciate the small, wonderful things in life!

As we slow down, we learn to breathe slowly again, to deeply inhale the scent of leaves on the trees, the flowers, the air. We are learning the value of the little things, far deeper than we appreciated them before.

Let’s remember these lessons, find wisdom in the humble, cherish the simple things!

Have a wonderful weekend!

PS: When I was 15 years old I was given a lovely, simple little book, “Jonathan Livingston Seagull“, by Richard Bach. I was astonished that in it’s simplicity it was a blueprint for developing a rich and spiritual life. When I was asked to design the front of the High School graduation ceremony leaflet, I did a pen-and-ink drawing of Jonathan. Students who hadn’t read the book questioned my choice, but as soon as I stated my source, my art teacher understood immediately that this was perfect symbolism for graduates. Check the book out for yourself!

Peace,
Tamara

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5 thoughts on “Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We will get there someday.

  1. Beautiful post. Yes, the wisest lesson in the simplest of statements. I read the Seagull book, but maybe my headset was in the wrong place; I didn’t get it.

    Great quote. I might borrow it. We will get there one day. Some decision in life should not be rushed.

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  2. I learned later that Richard Bach is a spiritual development writer but at the time of reading the book I was so impressed by the simplicity of his presentation. It was something which set my mind onto the journey to inner growth!

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