The Cameo Hairbrush

We often find ourselves focusing on fear, suffering, lack and longing. On what we don’t have. But it pays dividends in happiness to remember what we do have right now, and of the blessings we have been gifted this lifetime so far.
To remember simpler times, when staring at an old ladies used a hairbrush in a state-house was once everything to me. If you could choose anything, what means everything to you?

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