“What kind of world is it for you? Are you pleased or disappointed? Are you sometimes pleased and sometimes disappointed? Is your life good or bad? How do you define it? What is it for you? If it could be otherwise, how would it be? What are you finding out about you?
I discovered this other poem by Jesse B. Rittenhouse. I did not investigate it to learn when or where she published it. I simply enjoyed the poem and took the message to heart. Hopefully, you will too. What you see is what you get! What you say is what you get!
‘I looked through others’ windows
On an enchanted earth
But out of my own window–
solitude and dearth.
And yet there is a mystery
I cannot understand–
That others through my window
See an enchanted land.’
What is your outlook on life? The sun shines on the rich and the poor. It warms the good and the not so good. It treats everyone the same without care. How is it some love and enjoy and appreciate this, while some others do not? This difference makes a difference!
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