Working hard to deserve it is a distraction…



Picture Credits – Jennifer Hough

“You don’t have to work hard to deserve beautiful sunsets.
Or to deserve this life.

Jennifer Hough


Before you go to bed tonight, think about this.

Go and watch the sunset, and really take it in. Experience it. If it’s cloudy, take a look at the pic in this email.

The pic in this email is from my time with my parents in Stony Lake, Ontario, last week.

You don’t have to work hard to deserve beautiful sunsets. Or to deserve this life.

But you and I have an opportunity to enjoy our lives, given the beauty and opportunity to expand beauty that abounds.

Working hard to deserve it is a distraction from contributing your genius to the world.

Sleep on that tonight.

With love,
Jennifer
xoxoxo


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