An Intentional Practice

How we approach our day can determine its course, for better or for worse. Racing out the door, running late for work I left my packed lunch and hot tea sitting on the counter, forgotten in my haste to get out the door. Traffic was snarly for Amherst and I hit every red light and school bus stop through town. When I did finally land at school I raced to pick up my first group of kids. They were unsettled, boisterous and not focused on the lessons. I found my frustration mounting with each minute. Clearly a bad beginning to the day and it wasn't looking to get any better. By noon not much had changed and I was feeling very grumpy and ungrounded. It seemed that whatever could go wrong, did go

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