I never allow myself to be ‘stuck in a hole’ I get out pronto!
Most things I have pursued with every strength in my life, weren’t worth the time and effort. Those that came to me serendipitously, without any effort on my part, were a treasure.
I have given the issue of risk much thought. Up to my fortieth year risk was a way of life for me. Now, the biggest risk I take is delaying a visit to the bathroom.
I welcome substantial changes in my life; something the order of, ‘ who would believe a beautiful butterfly started life as a hairy caterpillar?’ Bring on the change, I’m ready to fly.
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Clarence was terrified and began wriggling for all he was worth. The bird swooped towards the river, heading for her young ones in their nest. Clarence managed to squirm free and fell headlong into the water, where a fish took a bite at him, narrowly missing and in doing so, knocked him onto the bank. Badly shaken, bruised and cold he huddled under the safety of some rocky cover. Continue reading Clarence the Caterpillar (Part Two)
The butterfly greeted the caterpillar, “Come let us fly”, warily the caterpillar replied, “Alas, I cannot fly, for I am a caterpillar”. “Hast a caterpillar wings”? The butterfly mocked. ”Of a truth you are no longer a caterpillar, but rather a butterfly. Come, let us fly…”