wonder

"to have interest in knowing or learning something; to think about something with curiosity."

This concept changed my life. When you bring wonder -- curiosity and empathy -- to something, rather than listen to your judgements, there is a moment of pause in which compassion and inquisitiveness can arise. From here, you can discover something new about the person or situation with whom you're engaging -- outside of what you thought you knew. When you bring wonder to everything in life, there is a new affinity for life that is the ultimate experience of connectedness and magic. 

I found the pink paisley jumpsuit at my favorite thrift store for $12, and put it on right away. Jess swooned and after our meeting we went across the street to take pictures by the pink door. We laughed and and twirled, and I never wanted to take off this outfit. I never wanted to leave New York. I walked home in love with my friends and in love with serendipity.

I found the pink paisley jumpsuit at my favorite thrift store for $12, and put it on right away. Jess swooned and after our meeting we went across the street to take pictures by the pink door. We laughed and and twirled, and I never wanted to take off this outfit. I never wanted to leave New York. I walked home in love with my friends and in love with serendipity.