Ever seem that life’s experiences just don’t add up to anything worthwhile?
Ever wonder how many times you have to go down that same damn road until it finally leads where you really want to go?
Ever feel that your attention is divided in multiple directions, keeping you in a fog?
Ever wish you could just subtract some of the stuff you’ve done that leaves you feeling like a fraction of what you could be?
If life were a series of math problems, would you be a straight “A” student or might you be wishing you could repeat the course?
Well, I’m not a math expert either, but I know that sometimes it can help to put our undivided attention on a simple equation that will multiply the happiness of ourselves and those around us:
Or even simpler, in the words of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning: “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.”
Here’s to a day – and a life – that counts in multiple ways!