This weekend I binge watched season 3 of the TV show Master Chef. The show is a competition for amateur cooks hosted by Gordon Ramsay (and other celebrity chefs) to determine who the best home cook for that season happens to be.
The aspect of this particular season that had me glued to my TV was the fact that one of the contestants was blind. How could someone without sight cook fancy meals in a short period of time?
She had to rely on the senses she had: taste, smell, hearing and touch. And not focus on the one sense she didn't have... sight.
Sometimes for me it's easy to get caught up on the things I don't have and not concentrate on using the things that I do have... that are often times right in front of me when it comes to coping with loss. It could be friends, family, or anything that is around me... I just lose focus on what I have and only concentrate on what's missing.
Sometimes I need to shift my focus.
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