#Write31Days2016

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Living in the moment. I’m actively pursuing this process. I’m amazed at how much of my life is geared to NOT living in this moment. I find that at work I dig in and am so focused that I am not so much “alert” as I am driven. I have a goal/a purpose/a task and

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I’m super tired of politics. I’m super tired of watching Trump say something, then turn around and say “I never said that.” I cannot understand how this man got to be a presidential candidate. His behavior is something I’d reprimand my 11 year old for doing. I read an article in Scientific American about a

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I had an inspiring conversation this morning at the Y after swimming. Not 24 hours after I post I don’t like to chit chat in the morning. It wasn’t chit chat actually. One of the regulars is this delightful elderly Asian woman. She hums and sings hymns in the shower room. She’s actually very good

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I love swimming. The meditative qualities are the best part. That whoosh of kicking off the wall under water, seeing just how far I can go before I come up for the air and the first strokes. The rhythm of it. But not too monotonous. Alternating strokes each lap keeps it different enough. Helps me

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This is Lundie’s life, yeah? So, who is Lundie? The best way I’ve found lately to figure out who I am, is to stay as best as I can in the current moment. Staying in the current moment means letting go of history (past Lundie), and not letting myself “borrow worry” from tomorrow (future Lundie).

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Welcome. You have likely landed here due to a Mr. Linky or other link/share for the 2016 Write 31 Days Post. To see all my Write 31 Days posts, scroll down. To read more about the Write 31 Days site, go to Write31Days.com. To see other participants, click HERE. Love and peace, Lundie Day 1: