The joy of Being.
Read MK’s comment what it means. A lovely post.
Originally posted on MK pix:
As I entered my stifling hot car yesterday afternoon, I turned on the air conditioning. Then I switched on the radio, and I was immediately smacked upside the head by an interview with Anita Moorjani. She was recounting the lessons she learned from her near death experience. She spoke of how we are each unique Beings with our own unique purpose. And then she said “if your only purpose is to be you, you cannot fail”.
Anita Moorjani reminded me of my personal struggle between being versus doing. I spent decades working as a software developer. I was an analytic drudge. It was pure joy of an odd sort. It’s a kind of thinking that is actually a doing. It became my mode of living, instead of just a way to make a living.
The Source delivers frequent blessings in the form of reminders that our fulfillment comes in…
View original 89 more words
“We have come too far, struggled too long, sacrificed too much and have too much left to do, to allow that which we have achieved for the good of all to be swept away without a fight. And we have not forgotten how to fight.” — Lane Kirkland
via: COULD YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE WITH NO SECRETS?. Thank you, Jim.
LISTEN to Sunday Music: I sing because I’m Happy, I sign because I am free, I sing because He Loves Me.
seeker: I have been looking for your badges of Freshly Pressed. I know you have won quite a few. How many? I can’t seem to find them in your site? How come?
Wrong Hands: I think I’ve had two or three…I took them down after a while, figuring they were old news. Do you think I should put them back up?
seeker: No, I thought they went to the “wrong hands”. I’m actually glad you took them down because they distract me from appreciating your real talent. What do you think?
Wrong Hands: agreed…but it’s fun to get the recognition now and then
seeker: And you will get more, for sure.
In search of a relic.