Well, as I sit here on Earth Day, I am reflecting on our seemingly long winter. It has not been any “longer” than any other collection of winters. It is how we perceive time that is the difficulty. I overheard someone discussing with a friend how they were really tired of waiting for spring. Well, Spring is here. We aren’t still waiting on it. We are waiting on our anticipation of spring-like weather.
This is a blog about thoughts that crossed my mind today and brought a chuckle. Maybe some of you can relate, but at any rate, it will give you a view into the past. While it is written tongue-in-cheek, it did actually happen and reflected the thought of the time.
I have finished writing my fourth book, Accepting Your Best Self. It was unlike my other books in that it was visited then left, visited then left, and visited then left over a two year period. I believe there was a reason for that. I think it was to give me some opportunities to have events and people come into my life that I would learn from. It gave me a chance to let go of some things that would once have sent me reeling because of the negativity they brought with them. There were events and people who presented themselves in a positive fashion and later proved to be unworthy of my consideration.
It is getting green outside, kind of. Spring is slowly approaching and our drab winter days filled with white and all sorts of gray are coming to an end. I see new growth of the daffodils coming up. There are snowdrops in bloom and some crocus as well. As I look out of my office window, I began thinking of color and how it plays such an important role in our lives.
I have been working lately on my inner being. I have connected with some interesting people, for certain. I was at the hairdresser's this last week and was asked, “How do you meet all of these people?” I admit, they just “show up.” I have no idea, other than to say that I manifest everyone that is there in the Universe and available to give me what I need at the exact time I need it.
Something To Ponder