I’ve read about storm chasers. I’ve seen YouTube videos of people chasing tornados. We do that, sometimes intentionally and sometimes inadvertently, when we stir the water and create issues that didn’t exist or were long dormant. As for me, I prefer to chase rainbows. They’re those bright, multicolored arcs that hang out in the sky as a storm is ending. Chasing rainbows is a way of searching for the good in each person we meet, taking pleasure from the wonderful gifts life tosses our way each day, and trying to do something meaningful each day that adds to making life a bit better for others. Are you a storm chaser or a rainbow chaser?
Published by Ray Calabrese
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