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What is a searcher? Are you a searcher?
Perhaps you are if you are stopping by and reading TSLL regularly, because as I discovered, after reading the passage below by James Kavanaugh, I am indeed a searcher and TSLL blog is the medium that provides the vessel to share what I discover.
And the best, and most exhilarating discovery of all is that I can’t imagine being any other way. I truly cannot imagine living any other way. Have a read through the passage, and then let’s talk on the other side.
As I ponder Kavanaugh’s words, I begin to play with other daily habits, other daily behaviors that I adhere to that align with the idea of being a searcher, and I wanted to share five that came to mind:
~I read voraciously to learn more about paths not traveled or yet to be experienced.
~I resolutely believe where there is an obstacle, there is a solution, a path to be found that leads to the other side.
~I am enthralled in observation of others, am keen to subtle peculiarities and sensitive to their pain and happiness as much as my own.
~I adore the touch of water – be it a stream, running bath water or rain from the clouds.
~I am invigorated by intimate conversation, conceptual discussions and thoughtful contemplation.
Now, if you too identify with being a searcher, I encourage you to share one way in which you find yourself exercising daily habits that mingle with the life of a searcher. I am very eager to hear.
After all, at the core, a searcher is someone who is intoxicated by the wonders of life and truly is dancing each day, challenged, yet entertained by the rhythm that changes regularly, but has a subtle regular heartbeat if only we choose to listen. Feel free to comment below. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic.
On a completely different note, well . . . not entirely. Milan Fashion Week offered a few fabulous collections. Hey, we can all be searchers and still look chic while we do it, no? 🙂