Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

We, or maybe it’s just me, talk a lot about compassion, love, and being centered, but this what it looks like in the average run of the mill life…plain an simple…unadorned by the latest cool cultural speak…be encouraged.


You know those times when something happens and even though you were there and saw it for yourself, even you question if it really happened. I had one of those recently at the grocery store and every time I think of it I have to smile.

I was at the register and my groceries were being scanned. I started to notice music, harmonica music. Strange… I look to my left and see a rather nonplussed older woman pulling her carriage into my line. Behind her carriage is her husband who also doesn’t look terrible excited to be out running errands. However, strapped around his neck and hanging down in front of his chest is some kind of home made harmonica amplifying system. It was the size of a large shoe or boot box without the lid. So, just the bottom of the box, and very colorful. It appeared to be made…

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  1. tripodtrippin on said:

    Thank you for re-blogging this, Stephen. Great post. 🙂

    • I loved it…the simplicity and “averageness” of it was overwhelming…great writing on your point…just staying out of the way and letting the story flow in a way that we all recognize as part of ourselves…awesome…be encouraged!

  2. LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words on said:

    A Perfect way to end the night !
    Thanks Stephen, this was a wonderful story
    Take Care…
    You Matter…

  3. Loved this story! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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