Order Versus Chaos

What drives us crazy.
“Where is the ketchup?”
“Where did you put that?” is a refrain often said to a husband or teenager.
This is one form of chaos — mild ones depending on the person who said it or shouted it!
Then another form of chaos occurs on the highway, erupting either in an accident or in road rage.
There happens when someone reacts.
The other is the choice to respond.
This emanates from the wisdom expressed in the following “We must be the change that we wish to see in the world” by Mahatma Gandhi.
Let’s be that change!
N.B. — This meditation developed from an afternoon of cleaning out the pantry and the refrigerator and resulted in a hug and kiss!

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