Yesterday — “Black Friday” in the United States — I saw this in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts:
How do you get your daily dose of goodness? Do you look for it without or within?
Yesterday, I found doses of goodness not only in Harvard Square, but also at a PetSmart (where we witnessed somebody finally adopting a big black cat named “Magic”), a Whole Foods Market, and other local environs.
Lately, I’ve been allowing WordPress to negotiate how it hands out and arranges doses of my photography. I see, as a result, some goodness might be difficult to read.
I believe you can increase the size of any photographic dose by clicking on a photo, but just in case, I’m going to re-dose these, here and now:
My good pacemaker doctor, Dr. Mark Estes (previously appearing in good doses here, here, and here), made the “Top Doctors” list in Boston Magazine, again. That’s a dose of goodness, for me.
Did anything in this post give you a daily dose of goodness? If not, how might you get that goodness elsewhere, today?
Here’s another dose worth repeating:
Hugs and kisses of gratitude from me, to you.
Hmm, I think you can look for a dose of goodness from both within and without. When you see some goodness from outside, you also feel joy as well as some goodness you found within yourself (for what you did). Both are good places to look for. I hope you got all goodies on Black Friday as you have wished for. That is my goodness found within.