September 20, 2018
     Words of Mind
From the Spirit Journal

Cotton Candy

That spun sugar, pink and cheery like a baby's cheeks, tickles your nose when you get close enough to lap it up. The sweetness in our lives shows up as laughter and kindness while ironically wrapped around a fragile core. Just as we find joy in the process of peeling off the colored layers from the paper stick, we reach our happiness when we peel away the layers of our own exteriors a little at a time, savoring each experience. Many of us allow happiness in our lives for a brief, melt-in-your-mouth moment. We tend to tightly grasp that which we believe will bring us peace, only to watch it dissolve. We learn the brace of our strength supports the ecstasy of who we are and unlike the solid pine stick of our spiritual base, our self-esteem, at it's core, must be carefully handled for it to withstand the swirl of life circumstances which surround it.

New-thought philosophy purposefully
exploring life's spiritual inter-relationships,
sprinkled with a little history and words of wisdom.
    Words of Mind
Just for Today

I Can't, I'll Try, it's Done

How then, can we move from the concentric negative thought patterns that ripple out of our limitations, into the proactive pebble which pierces the still waters of our own inertia?


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