[I saw this posted, and mis-attributed to Wm Shakespeare, and had to investigate. The author's life story, and the number of quotes of his that we use in daily life are amazing. ]
I had the opportunity to meet Bruno, pictured above, on my short jaunt into Chicago in August. His life is worthy of a children's book. Maybe someday I will get around to that one. His life, and his owners, brought me some perspective at a challenging time. When I see his little face, I remember how important it is to not judge a book by its cover. I remember the power of love and how unexpectedly it can come - or maybe that it can come in unexpected packages.
We rarely have control of the gifts the universe will bestow. The best we can try to do is be receptive when they land on our doorstep. And, of course, to be thankful. I am thankful! Still working to incorporate into my life all the gifts I received on that trip to Chicago.
The pain, their loss, it's all I have left of them. You think the grief will make you smaller inside like your heart will collapse in on itself, but it doesn't. I feel spaces opening up inside of me like a building with rooms I've never explored. ~spoken by Dolores on Westworld
not sure who wrote it for the robot or the character, but I like it.