Life in the Boomer Lane

A lot of us spend a lot of time thinking about life in general, and/or about our lives in particular.  Some of us never think about these things at all because we are in our lives, up to our eyeballs in the nonsense or the wonder or the frustration of what bombards us day in and day out.  The nonsense, especially, is so deep, in fact, that stepping back just results in tripping over even more nonsense that we never knew was there.

But sometimes, when we least expect it, something happens that not only stops us in our tracks but lets us see the nonsense for what it is.  And only then, in that moment, with no nonsense, no pre-conceived notions of how or what life should be, a space opens up that is so huge with possibility that nothing we have ever experienced before seems real.

Something like…

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