We live in a world that promotes accumulation and acquisition at every turn. Surely you must need this, a little more of that, and while you’re at it, a dash of something else?
In our never-ending quest for more, we may be overlooking the value in what’s already present in our lives.
When I get caught up in the hunt, I envision my maternal grandfather, John St Clair Hamilton. He was a man who never tired of a simple cup of tea and a slice of bread with jam. What’s more, he enjoyed it every single day.
What parts of your everyday experience might you be taking for granted?
Experience that abundance more deeply, and you just might keep the ‘Hounds of Lack’ at bay.
News Notes: Link Access Problems?
I do my best to check and double check each URL to make sure they are alive and well. Sometimes I mess up and make a cut and paste error. I appreciate it when readers draw my attention to errant or missing links. So do let me know if you’re having trouble.
In recent weeks, several Pause readers have contacted me indicating they are not able to access some of the web links that are featured in the Pause ezine messages. They are receiving a message that forbids their access.
I’ve checked and all the links have been correct. In these situations, it is most likely that there are settings at the receiving end that prevent access to certain kinds of materials. Banning You Tube videos is a common workplace restriction.
If you have problems, please know that there are a couple of options. One would be to forward the message and/or links to your home computer, and see if you can access from there.
Another option is to visit the Pause Blog on my website at: http://www.pauseworks.com/wp/. All e-zines are also posted to my blog complete with the live links. You may find that accessing a link from the blog works when accessing it from an email message does not.
Hope this helps those of you who may be experiencing these problems.
Posted under Appreciation, Life in General, Pause Poster Message, Wellness
This post was written by Pat Katz on June 1, 2016