These days, Alberta, BC, and some parts of Saskatchewan have an air quality warning. 600 BC forest fires and counting have left Western Canada literally covered with smoke. In Calgary, the air quality warning hit to 10 ( 10 being the highest).
Air is a precious element of life and is taken for granted. Unlike water, air is all around us but invisible. But where there is smoke, you can see, feel, taste, smell, and experience the air that is not good for you.
What kind of air are you breathing these days? Is it coming from the smoky past of failures, disappointments, and frustrations? Or are you breathing fresh air-new beginnings, new possibilities that await you?
Are you sharing air with the people that are inhaling their own exhaust? Better not.
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