Like life, eating a mango can be a messy affair. After we peel away the skin, releasing its tantalizing aroma, some of us cut the flesh into careful slices, artfully placing them on a plate. Then we take our time admiring the arrangement before eating the first slice. Others of us grab the whole thing with both hands and consume it leaning over the kitchen sink. Then we suck the seed dry, and lick the juice from our sticky fingers.
How will you eat your mango today? A slice at a time… or with big, juicy bites? It hardly matters. As long as you savor every mango moment while it lasts.
As singer-songwriter Joshua Kadison said, "The more we can see the magic in one thing, a tiny flower, a mango, someone we love, then the more we are able to see the magic in everything and in everyone. Where does the mango stop and the sky begin?"
Every new day is a chance to see the magic in everything and everyone. Think of the possibilities.
This site is my mango morning to you.