The Measure of Life
"Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted."
- Albert Einstein
If we tried to count all the inconsequential things we came across each day, it would drive us batty. The number of cracks on the sidewalk; the number of beige cars we encounter- these are all countable things, but it is not worth our time to count them. There are other things, on the other hand, that really do matter, but it is impossible to count or measure them: a hug from a loved one; a child's smile; a heart-to-heart with an aging parent. Our minds cannot measure these things, but our hearts surely keep stock of them.
TODAY I WILL SAVOR EACH UN-MEASURABLE JOYOUS EXPERIENCE.