I find myself transfixed and contentedly so, to sit and stare in utter awe at the bushes outside the window beside me. Though they barely move in the breeze, their form is ever changing in perception, undulating with radiant propensity for existential significance, not the least of which is manifested in a breathing glow that swims and flies and dances among so many needles of evergreen wonder.
We are told to never be content with what we have, to never settle for less than more. I challenge you to take joy in any simple pleasure you are ever afforded. Are you warm? dry? clean? healthy? Do you have friends? family? a roof? freedom? You obviously are using a computer with internet. We don’t deserve the least of pleasures yet we ignore so many. Even if you disagree regarding entitlement, there is little excuse for unappreciative apathy.