I like taking time to throw things out – too easy, putting bundles into trash bags. Going through piles and piles can be tedious. Sometimes that slow process yields interesting results.
My note, my handwriting …
“your non-conscious mind will only allow you to be what you believe yourself to be”
I’m not sure these are my own original words?
While doing some very early spring cleaning – found this note-to-self among many things for trashing. This one couldn’t be thrown away without taking note, making note, putting these precious words on display.
Don’t know their source. Seems like something Deepack Chopra or Brene Brown might say. Or maybe it’s something I thought once, or copied from something I read. I Googled – couldn’t find it.
Words stir my mind, my belly.
They don’t stir reality – they describe it.
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: -2C/28F, cloudy, dusting of snow (sidewalks insanely slick but I got traction on snowy grass, chilly but still birds chirp outside my window (it must be spring somewhere!)
I appreciate your sentiments, Mark. I lived in Paris for a year and it hurts to watch what is happening there. To answer your question about how and where do we celebrate those average "Just Good" good work, good deeds good enough to make a difference people? I think you just did it, and made it public for all of us to see and share. Thanks. Regards, MM, Phoenix, AZ
Good Day Mark, This excerpt from your Musing, "There is so much good in the world. People doing good." You are one of those good-doers! One that brings thoughtfulness and peace to my inbox. I quietly celebrate that you put yourself out there and share your thoughts every time I open your Musings. Keep them coming. And keep spreading good in the world. All the Best, RQ, New York, NY
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