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Friday, June 16, 2017

Awaken Your Day - June 6, 2017 - And Life says, "What have I taught you?"

"What does throw in the towel mean?
The saying "to throw in the towel" means to give up on something. To throw in the towel, an image from the sport of boxing, means to give up a struggle, to quit the fight, to surrender. The saying "to throw in the towel" means to give up on something."

- from google, when I typed it in

You already knew this. Somedays you feel it.
Throwing it in. Raise the White flag. Sit on the kitchen floor with your head in your hands. Somedays.

I awake this morning to meet a "someday". Feeling like I am in the middle of boxing ring, I can't see clearly in any direction and I'm swinging at some issues that taunt me like misty ghosts. Not able to pin point a target shape, because I am not sure what exactly I'm trying to hit ... solve.... fix .... understand ... make sense of ... help ... overcome ... so, ghosts. And I reach for something. Where is my towel?
But what happens when I throw it? Then what? The "opponent" is still there. Just resting between rounds. Fight's not over.

I, we, have to believe, that these "somedays", these times in our lives, are like a surprise quiz. This is life, simply asking, "What have I taught you?"

We know the material, we know the theory, and now we must apply it when needed. When facing a Towel day - consider it Quiz day.
1. What have I taught you?

Good morning, Greater Day. Greater you - passing a quiz and ready to go another round.
AYD - Pierre Couturier - Husband, Daddy and Author to my day.

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