Each day of living seems insignificant for transforming, but looking over a life time can yield some pretty eye-opening rhythms of beginnings, and endings, and pathways. While examining this journey, some glimpses of the paths are revealed, reinforcing the idea that planning is overrated. I’ve always been a planner. I was always under the impression that your life will unfold exactly the way you plan it to, so plan it well. Somewhere along the way, in the relatively not-too-distant past, I realized that most of life is not planned. I’m working on dedicating less time to planning, and more time to sitting back and letting life happen…..the good, the bad, and the not-so-pretty.
I have the enormously good fortune of being a part of the creative hive of writers, lead by accomplished author, photographer, and blogger, Jon Katz. This is one of those things that I wouldn’t have even had a clue to plan. I’m going to sit back and let it happen, and enjoy the experience.
This house, owned by my brother is an example of transformation. The photos are 100 years apart. Transformation doesn’t only happen to people.