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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Day 27 Dancing with Destiny (My Sacred Life)

For the 3rd day in a row now, I've turned to Daniel Levin's Zen Cards for inspiration and guidance ... and today I'm "dancing with destiny" ... joyfully right now ... inviting you to join me.

"DANCE
In dance,
no movement or direction
is BETTER or worse
than another.
This, too, is a way to view
all of life.
See all
the 'good and bad' things that
happen to you
simply as movements
in the
DANCE of life."

"DESTINY
You can look ... and
you will FIND it.
You can not look ... and
you WILL find it.
That which is yours
will surely
come to you."

Reminds me how this summer (in a store across the street from Moon River Gifts) on the Enchanted Circle drive near Taos, New Mexico ... I found little metal discs with words inscribed on them ... designed to wear on a chain around the neck ... and three selected me.
They say
DREAM ... BELIEVE ... ACHIEVE.

In the few weeks I've explored this virtual world, the commonality of experience and the issues being explored by so many of us here … grows increasingly obvious. As each turns inward to listen to and learn from "the still small voice within" ... and dares to believe & follow our personal truths genuinely ...sharing with one another honestly ... we encounter and acknowledge one another on the path ... sometimes leading, sometimes following ... continually emboldened by a sense of community. Rather perfect isn't it?
Hugs & blessings,

2 comments:

Kikipotamus said...

Thank you for this post. It is very helpful to me tonight.

storyteller said...

Kikipotamus
You're quite welcome. I gather from your post this morning (as well as Annie's) that each of us are dancing with similar issues and I'm glad you found this post helpful. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Hugs and blessings,