Life Well Lived #6: Selecting Memory
– Helen Keller
Every time folks new to Pittsburgh visit, I offer tours. They always include Mount Washington [see gorgeous picture] then the dancing fountains below. One night as Ron from Georgia watched the leaping sprays, he asked why I was smiling, for no apparent reason. My answer: I was remembering a fun visit with my grandson and his cousin.
In Jim Rohn’s must-read The Art of Exceptional Living, this guide for making your life a masterpiece reminds to take tons of pictures, especially of uplifting experiences. They’re memory prompts, which are important because …
Sometimes my brain produces parades of could’a, should’a done regrets. Ugh! After enough brow beatings, I’ve learned to ask for feel-good memories which is why creating Paths to Joy helps. Once such places are found, they’re easier to visit again. As stated by Becky Aligata in the “Autumn Treasures” post “Memories are like treasures locked deep within the storehouse of our souls; to keep our hearts warm.”
Keep good ones.
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