Today's Lesson From The Craft Room: I Want To Live Each Day As If It Is My First And May Be My LastAs Fall begins to find her way into the air, I am reflecting on this past year and wondering about my hopes for the coming year. For those of you celebrating Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, (beginning Sunday at sundown), you may be finding yourself doing similar reflection. For each of us, our aspirations for our time on this planet may be different. Those aspirations may also change with time. One thing that will remain certain for me - the desire to approach each new day that I have been granted with a sense of wonder and gratitude. If this is the awareness I can bring to each day, then I feel I will have succeeded in some small way. This awareness will impact my life and the lives of those that I touch. So today I wish for you, and for myself, that we can experience our daily lives with a sense of awe and wonder at what is around us, at what is beneath us, at what is above us and what is in us and others. That we can appreciate and be grateful for all of the blessings we experience each day - from the ability to breath in and breath out; the ability to release waste from our systems; the ability to love and laugh; the ability to feel pain and express empathy. I wish for us that we can remember to bring this awareness into each day we are granted on this planet. I wish for us, peace. For those of you celebrating the Jewish New Year, may you be inscribed in the Book of Life for a year of health, happiness, prosperity and peace. Shana Tova!