4 comments on “Walk Slow and Read

  1. Jim Peters on Dec 17, 2018 10:52 pm |

    What a wonderful phrase to ponder. The “and read” part gives of a different twist to the idea of walking slow that it grabs my attention now as it did for you. I could interpret it many ways and that shows the power of the words. The words are worth heeding any time, perhaps easier to do at times of loss but worth reflection at any time. Today, I said goodbye to a 93 year old friend in hospice care. “Walk slow and read” is the kind of phrase he would bring up to start a discussion that would take us to a much better place than the typical conversations of politics or weather. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Spicyjello on Dec 19, 2018 12:48 pm |

    Thanks for the kind words and sharing your experience. I’m sorry for your loss. If we can grow from those experiences it seems they can less painful.

  3. David Schulman on Jan 3, 2019 10:51 pm |

    I know I have seen the metal image you have here, as well as this tag line on your emails. I operate at high stress and don’t slow down nearly as offen as I need to for me or my health. I have now slowed to take the time and read through your thoughts. Thank you for sharing and mentoring. Will keep up the reading, learning and slowing down to take it all in and create more,(my dream)!

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