Another busy day and another short blog post. Only this time I'm aware of the pitfalls that follow too many shallow posts.
I could have skipped a day, however I've come to value the importance this daily practice has on my general well being.
So here I am with full awareness. Knowing the worthiness of daily blogging and the dangers of prolonged superficial posts.
As I settle into being a quadragenarian, consistency and balance are two attributes I've come to value above all. They are not only the hallmarks of a truly superb wine or single malt Islay, they are also the ingredients for a livable life.
Which brings me to the title of this post.
This afternoon I popped into visit my 3 year old niece who was playing in her watery sandpit. I couldn't help but marvel at her joy whenever she mastered the skillful maneuver of pouring water from one vessel into another without spilling a drop. This seemingly simple act required a consistent and balanced action, which she improved with each attempt.
What I had observed in fact was a metaphor for life, and that mastery is nothing more than child's play.
So with that I'll leave you with today's sign off...
Until tomorrow, may your journey into mastery be as fun-filled as child play... and as delicious as an Islay.