A conversation with a dear friend revealed the question, “What do you do for living?”.
We spend so much of our adult lives defining ourselves by the way we exist in the material world that we can easily mistake survival for living.
So, I ask you, dear friends, what do you do for living? What is essential to your life to be one well-lived?
For me: family, bird song, and a garden to share with friends will do nicely.