Life: Moving Things from One Place to Another
When I think about life, I often see it as simply moving things from one place to another.
What do I mean by that?
When you grocery shop, for example, you’re moving the products you purchase from the store to your home.
When you cook it, it’s being moved from the packages, is eaten and moved to your stomach.
Then, you move it out of your body, which then moves into the environment.
This, then will cycle back through, helping to create something that grows.
When you clean, you simply keep on moving things from one place back to another place.
When you use those items, you’re moving them.
When you travel, you’re moving yourself from one place to another.
When you play sports, you’re moving your body or an implement to score points.
When you think, you’re moving thoughts from one place to another.
It’s all about movement.
When you die, your soul moves out of your body and goes where you are supposed to go.
Banking moves money from one place to another.
When you work, you move words, paper and the like from one place to another.
Gasoline is moved from the oil where it’s found, into gas pumps, into your car you drive around and is burned off into the environment.
Everything that happens on Earth can be looked at like that, even the untangible.
When you apologize, those feelings move to the person that was a victim, then, forgiveness is moved to the perpetrator.
Love is moved from one person to another.
It’s all about movement…Life is in a constant state of flux and change.
Interesting, isn’t it?
I hope you enjoyed this Life post on Life of Kimberly Edwards! Until next time…
I Am & Will Continue To Be,
Kimberly Edwards 🙂
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