Sometimes we just need the hokey

I was going to start writing, and then got lost down a bit of a rabbit hole. That’s been happening lately. When I slow down and try to understand why that is, what comes to me is that I’ve not slowed down enough. I’m not quite attuned to what there is to listen to. That might sound a bit hokey, but I think if we all pay attention, we will find ways in which slowing down will give us more space to hear what the world is whispering. What is it that this day asks of us?

Yeah, that does indeed sound hokey.

Hokey, but right.

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