A Lost Dog

Sometimes it can feel like the world around us is falling apart and we must intervene with our own set of plans. But with all of these “grand schemes, plots, and battle strategies” to save humanity, are we potentially missing the obvious problems in front of us?

“Maybe my Biggest Thing, isn’t a thing but instead living presently in the daily grind of life. A life filled with scars and struggles but also Love and Joy and I have been missing out as I have searched for it elsewhere.  I am understanding that my Big Thing doesn’t look like I thought it would and that’s how I have missed it for so long.”  An excerpt from Would You Like That Super-Sized published on 10/22/14.

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