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The tapestry of life

The tapestry of life is such
that moments and memories are intertwined in the same way threads are woven.
Weavers, we give ourselves a role in the story of our lives. Every thread
represents our choices, who we really are, and how much we have been able to
leave out on the canvase of life.

Imagine an expansive horizon
surrounded by a loom that encompasses almost every experience of which you
might think. This loom also allows us to weave vibrant threads such as joy,
kindness and love which light up even the darkest corners transforming ordinary
things into masterpieces.

In this loom, there are
echoes of footsteps from behind where time is sculpted like a master carver
working on our journey. At this moment we hold a brush that could be
described as magical for it gives one the ability to paint his present and future
with colours he or she likes.

 Laughter – the thread spun
together with joy – reverberates through halls of our memory as it runs through
walls of happiness erected within us during moments when victory strikes. It is
when we genuinely smile that warmth wraps around us. In weaving this strand, we
bring into our fabric its own kind of brilliance beyond the normal world.

Kindness constitutes another
thread close at hand; gentle but incredibly sturdy. It interweaves its fibres
into patterns of understanding and empathy, adding more compassion to every
action I take in my life.

 In this loom of life, the
choices we make are strokes on the canvas, contributing to the grand design of
our existence. As we wield the brush, we become architects of our destiny,
creators of a narrative that speaks of Resilience, compassion, and boundless
love. The tapestry of life unfolds not in isolation but in the interconnected
threads of joy, kindness, and love that we weave with every breath.

Originally Published on https://boomersnotsenior.blogspot.com/

I served as a teacher, a teacher on Call, a Department Head, a District Curriculum, Specialist, a Program Coordinator, and a Provincial Curriculum Coordinator over a forty year career. In addition, I was the Department Head for Curriculum and Instruction, as well as a professor both online and in person at the University of Phoenix (Canada) from 2000-2010.

I also worked with Special Needs students. I gave workshops on curriculum development and staff training before I fully retired

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