So, While listening to the reply for the Sunday Meeting, there was a vision that kept popping into my mind. I’m not sure how to explain it.. but imagine a very large rectangle. Say it’s about the size of a road and about 10 feet tall. The block stretches on down on what looks like to be a road. You can’t see the other end of the rock but you are up and personal with the left side. Every day something unusual happens to the rectangle. It’s made up of what looks to be green marble. You are given a chizzle, and with that chizzle, you can make whatever you want on the side of the rock from the left-hand side. At the end of the day.. maybe 20 or 30 feet in.. the stone is then divided up into a fresh rectangle again. Anything that you chizzled into the rock you get to keep but any part of the rock that is intact get hauled away never to be seen again. As the days go by I get better at chizzling .. I don’t know it’s just something interesting I been thnking about.. Though I would share.
I have lots of comments on the program. Yet, I have had a loss in the family this week and been reflecting.
Well, It has been an interesting week. My grandmother who I love dearly and is so much a part of me had had cancer move into the lining of her brain. We were able to get her to Florida and back for a trip she wanted to do, but now she is at a point where she hasn’t eaten or really gotten out of bed in 48 hours. I’m externally sad and sending out good energy.
With that said.. with the program I been keeping up with my readings and doing the exercises. The note cards I did lose for one day only because I took them with me but I was able to recall from memory (Good Brain ). I found that with walking I have time to focus on the world within and it is easier in the morning to bring attention to my internal order. Late day it isn’t as easy but for this to happen so fast I’m looking forward to growing this muscle.
Another thing interesting is that when we where to pick the two items, I picked Legacy and Helping Others. They were not the two I wanted to pick, but I trusted the process and those were the ones I hurry up and circled. A interesting reflection and excited to see where it leads me.