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What can you cherish right now?



“Everything that has a beginning has an ending. Make your peace with that and all will be well.” - Buddha


I once asked a talented photographer how he knew where the picture was. He replied, ‘Look for what will never be the same again.’ It transformed my photography back then, and it’s been a great guiding principle since.


How can you celebrate the transient, the unique, the fleeting in your life right now? What do you need to notice and cherish while it is here, knowing that the only constant is change?




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