"Awake, My Heart" by Robert Seymour Bridges is a passionate plea to his heart to awaken to love, as he perceives the world awakening with anticipation around him.
The passage reflects on Cervantes' Don Quixote, emphasizing the importance of pursuing dreams despite skeptics' criticisms, and encourages individuals to bravely chase their aspirations to instigate changes.
Today's reflection discusses Boris Pasternack's work, Dr. Zhivago, emphasizing fleeting moments of clarity or grace that provide profound insight, potentially leaving one recharged and filled with hope and love.
Life is ever changing, if you cease to change, you cease to live. Mark Spitz