our eyes our open
to find our hearts
T he Pew Center for Research reports that 4 in 10 Americans live their entire lives in their hometown.
There’s nothing wrong with living near your mother, but you wonder how many do so out of fear or because of a trap they created for themselves?
In John Shedd’s 1928 book, Salt from My Attic, he said, “A ship in harbor is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for.”
With discovery, we enable our eyes to view new landscapes instead of traveling the same route each day.
With discovery, we learn about the different flora, fauna, rock formations, waterways this vast country provides.
We might even see a ghost or two (they don’t always hang out in old houses), and of course the crazy DYSTs (Did you See That?) along the road.
With discovery, we keep our hearts and eyes open. You never know what you might find.
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