The Heart of the Matter
September 07, 2010
Where I Live


Many times over the past 16 years, well-meaning people have asked me where I lived.

Depending on my mood and how much I thought they really wanted to know, I would tell them any of the following:

"Two hours north of Manhattan" ... "Ulster County" ... "65 miles south of Albany" ... or the "oh so famous Woodstock, New York."

Now, many years after receiving Knowledge and having relocated to my breath, I simply say:

The State of Gratitude.


Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at September 7, 2010 12:36 AM


where I live?

in the state of gratitude...

I think, in that country, there will never be war

never be hunger, because we share equally

never be jealousy

never be hate

enough place for all of us

never overcrowded

no traffic jam

tell me, where is it?

where do you live, really?

I would like to live there, for ever...


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