That and just breathe.
The adventure is in the trying.
I am happiest when learning and acting to solve a problem for work,
or when listening to great live music.
Or learning something new about the music I love, which is almost everything from jazz and blues through Latin to Berber.
Or finding out about a new idea.
Or accomplishing a bit more in the yoga I began earlier this year.
Or learning about you, your interests, your preferences, your thoughts, once we've caught each others interest.
I scan the news, but prefer documentaries, such as Moyers, Frontline.
I like to stay active walking, running, yoga, hiking.
I'd like to learn to dance, or at least take a crack or dabble a bit at it.
It is said that time wounds all heals (Hey Abott!) and I suppose a little humor can go a long way, and it is said whatever doesn't kill us makes us stronger (certainly to be questioned, at least as a broad stroke).
And from eastern sources, If you see the Buddha on the road, kill him. And an eye for an eye, for which I like what I understand hopefully correctly of the Jewish tradition of applying this phrase the best. They are all just words, and the meaning is truly in their proper or best understanding and practice, with a soft and warm and even sometimes sad heart, while without naivete, but always compassion. Sometimes compassion can feel difficult, hard, on oneself, and on other.