Monday, July 7, 2014

Together, happily

"I had always wanted to learn to live in the moment, but it seemed a great mystery.  photo DSC01524.jpgHaving my daughter and becoming an unschooler, I finally get it! Most days, anyway... I'm not worried about the future, or fussing over the past. We are living together, happily, every day. What a nice way to be."
—Amy Kidwell


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1 comment:

  1. Doh! I first left the original error in, above.

    The day she wrote that, I responded:

    Amy, I'm quoting you in the January 11, 2013 post. I'm not sure whether you meant to write
    "...to learn to be alive in the moment" or
    "...to learn to live in the moment" or
    "...to learn to be live" (the adjective "live" as in live TV, live theatre, live wire)
    but then I realize any of them work, and the set of three can work together. :-)

    I liked your comment.
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    and Amy said "'...to learn to live in the moment' is what I meant, but I like all three translations."

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