I don’t know about you, but I could use some more joy lately. 

In the swirling anxiety of this intense moment in time, we easily get lost in rumination, problem solving, and other familiar mental themes. Sometimes we can even feel guilty about being happy:  How dare I enjoy this candy, the world is ending. Another relaxed moment passes without relief. Day to day, life can feel like an onslaught of problems.

Then again, without candy-coating anything, we can’t stay only caught up in what’s wrong. We’re not denying whatever has to be addressed if we immerse ourselves in a simple pleasure that keeps us moving. That clear-sighted…

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