a foot taller than me.) It’s a very simple moment, but that big goofy grin combined withwhat we call “googly eyes” (you know, that look of love) lets me know how proud heis of me.Jessica Nicholas
I look forward to getting on the subway in the morning so I can read. It’s amazing howmuch persistent and ubiquitous media has eroded my reading time, so I really lookforward to these moments to relax, read, and learn. I think what it says about me isthat I’m lonely and I wish I were in a great relationship, which would presumablysupersede reading as my favorite moment of the day.Steve Silberberg
Every morning my husband and I take a moment for what we call “Round One.” Westop what we are doing, climb on the bed, and gratuitously love on our only dog,Calvin, for as long as our morning schedule will allow. We both cannot help smiling
connected as a family and all three of us are sincerely happy. It’s a wonderful wayto start our day, and my favorite morning ritual. Sometimes on the weekends weeven get up to “Round Three.”Holly and Adam Baird
out of the week I’m able to get to it. I have coffee, read a couple of newspapers, then
the practice when I feel a shift, like I’m settling down a bit more deeply into myself—kind of an “Oh yeah, that’s why I’m here!” This moment speaks, I think, to my ongoingchallenge to maintain a spiritual life. I got an early start, growing up in a minister’sfamily. But the “pull” or the gravity of my life is to the dry and dusty details of daily
of the visible and quotidian.David Nowell
I smile at a woman—a total stranger—and she smiles back. It could happen anywhere,but usually the best is when she’s walking down the street in the opposite direction.