Sunday Morning. Listen deeply as you walk. There’s light everywhere, especially in Greece.

A lot of dark talk about Greece for months.  Yet, I can’t go there.  In 2006, I had the good fortune of working on assignment in Athens. What an incredible opportunity it was.  The picture below is of the Acropolis, which was visible to us from a restaurant where we were having dinner…along with a warm summer breeze…fresh fish, Greek Salad with garden ripened tomatoes, spinach pie and Greek vino to ease it all down.

I had the opportunity to walk the paths around a number of the world’s greatest historical landmarks and ruins.  When I came across the post below, the memory of my time in Greece came gushing back.  I was walking where thousands walked before me.  A moving and humbling experience.   Despite the country’s economic woes, be sure that you add Athens as a place to visit on your bucket list.  My visit was one of life’s defining experiences for me and I’m certain you won’t be disappointed.

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