Meditation: Through the Eyes of a Child

[Note: Each Monday at The New Pursuit is Meditation Monday. A simple thought to help you approach the week, keep perspective right and support you in living deeply each day. Enjoy other meditations here.]

dark brown eyes of a child, through the eyes of a child, childhood innocenceNot a day goes by when I am not amazed at the simple wisdom of children. Their innate perspective, unblemished by the pitfalls of adulthood, allow them such wonderful freedoms.

The freedom to explore without worry.

The freedom to learn without boundaries.

The freedom to create without fear of criticism.

The freedom to embrace all without prejudice.

The freedom to love with purity of conscience.

The freedom to find joy in just about anything.

Perhaps that is the secret to it all. Shedding the baggage of adulthood in favor of approaching each day as if we were children. There is so much beauty and happiness to be had there. Here’s to it.


[image: melaniumom]

3 Responses to “Meditation: Through the Eyes of a Child”
  1. ginger says:

    Thank you.

  2. Bill Gerlach says:

    You’re welcome, Ginger. Be well.

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