Cronut connections

I am On a three hour layover from a meditation retreat in Wicklow , en route via Dublin before back to the UK. I decided to return to the same haunts I just visited one week prior , the cafe I frequented , the shops I visited, and parks I returned to. I don’t know why, perhaps a sense of familiarity, ease , or something more. When I ordered my first Cronut and cappaccino at a cafe, the barista said “did you give me a card earlier this week?” She explained she hadn’t visited the site yet but kept the card. This is why I come back to the same places…to feel a sense of connection and community in a city where I only stayed one night the week prior. To feel a sense of familiarity in this world in an unknown country is so comforting. We so often feel alone, but how precious it is to have simply a stranger acknowledge they remember . I feel guilty as I haven’t been handing the cards out as frequently or writing , but it’s a shift I am vowing to make. Someone today noted three beautiful questions to reflect to…
1. Who is the most important person?
2. When is the most important time?
3. What is the most important thing to do?

Think about it, the answers are below :

1. Who is the most important person? The person you are with
2. When is the most important time? Now
3. What is the most important thing to do?
Care

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