May 23, 2018
 
     Words of Mind
From the Spirit Journal

What's Left?

As I mature, I stop to notice when I attempt to accumulate the same attitudes, bad habits, repetitive choices or even more rocks. What will I do with all this stuff? I wonder if possessing these animate and inanimate objects enhances my life or distracts me from living it fully. I examine whether or not the same boring food or yet another parrot adorned item makes a difference. Then, I see it. Hidden in the all the tables lined up in the empty homes, devoid of life, yet filled with belongings, the culmination of who we are through the expression of what we collect. We nourish and love ourselves by adorning our surroundings with things we enjoy. In paying heed to what we find important enough to collect, we honor our self-love. The evidence of a unique spirit, simple or complex, shines forth from the sum collection of what we own and who we are.



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

Chasing Wisdom

In seeking wisdom, we rely on the memories of our experiences, the observation of the present moment and our faith in a promising future. We integrate all these components into recognizing and understanding the inter-relationships of life and embrace our role in the world.

 

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