Monday, August 28, 2006

Late August Morning

And it is 48 degrees outside. Who ever heard of that?! I am glad I am not running this morning, although once I warmed up, it would probably be quite nice.

I am glad to be going back to work this morning. I had three days off and nothing I was planning on actually happened. I had probably a bit too much time to myself to figure out exactly what is wrong with my life. Funny how time to myself never gets me thinking about what is great about my life.

"Though many theologians hold that sudden spiritual experiences amount to a special distinction, if not a divine appointment of some sort, I question this view. Every human being, no matter what his attributes for good or evil, is a part of the divine spriritual economy. Therefore, each of us has his place, and I cannot see that God intends to exalt one over another." -- As Bill Sees It, p. 168

10 comments:

dAAve said...

Your second paragraph is EXACTLY why I do a gratitude list every day.

Sober Chick said...

Glad to see your daughter is wearing a helmet. She is very cute!

I am glad that you write about how you feel, that it is ok that we don't have to be happy go lucky every single day. You keep walking, and no matter what you allow yourself the gift of being a beautiful human.

Muah!

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Blue said...

"Therefore, each of us has his place"

Thanks, I really needed to read that this morning

:)

Tab said...

That is interesting what you said about thoughts and too much thinking..make your list when in doubt..I will do the same :)
Thanks for sharing~

NMAMFQLMSH said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
I see you,
JJ

Diego said...

funny how that works huh?...

DG - trudgingtheroad said...

"the divine spriritual economy"

I really like that way of thinking about the world.

When in doubt ... Don't Think ... Don't Drink ... and Make the coffee :D

Trudging said...

It is funny how it works

Trudging said...

I always wanted that bright light experience. Instead I had more of an awakening ant that took a lot of work