The cliché ‘I am only human’ is a self qualifier and an excuse in case of failure.
Reverse psychology would have humans admitting their divine self and then the Heavens would have reason to shout, ‘Prove it!’ We then might not fall so squarely on our ethics.
The only tool necessary in physical life is a shovel. We should be born with one attached to our navel.
That the sun will rise in the morning is not the miracle. But that our eyes open to view it, is.
The wonder of life is that there is as much agreement as there is without constant collision of realities.
When our journey is completed we will not be asked what did you do but what did you think?
Thinking is an art form.
To connect the dots and worry is advanced thinking. Not everyone is equipped to do it. In fact the worrier is criticized as not having faith. The truth is that the worrier has knowledge.
The amount of energy we endow our illusions will determine their reality.
It does no good to see all sides of an issue when the heart is concerned with only one side.
We may not have signed up for the class, but it seems the obstacles we face have us in training for sainthood. Conscience limits our options.
The continuity of life is the only view worth harboring.
art by Claudia Hallissey