I don't feel like thinking deeply today. But the idea of "Walk Your Talk" has been on my mind lately so I wanted to at least mention how dear it is to me. I include the photo just to make you smile. I love her expression. I took this pic a couple of days ago when I had a chance encounter with this adorable goat. She loved attention and I was happy to give it to her. The wind was blowing like crazy that day, which is why you see her flying ear!
The title of this post - Walk Your Talk - is, in my proverbial book of life, one of the most inspiring and admirable qualities a human can have. And when the talk is real, where the motivation and agenda behind it are down to earth and pure, coming from a place without fear, human relationships have the best chance of thriving. Here's to all those who Walk Your Talk.
My mother is certainly among them. She has always led by example and is always unconditional with her love. Mom, I love you dearly and thank you every day for all that you have given and continue to give me. You make the world such a better place; you've clearly made my world a better place.
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