Think about worms first.
Right now, this very minute, worms around the world are eating things that we can’t use and converting them into fertile soil, (thank you Jon Young for that image).
Worms are a very cool miracle. But do we think of them very often? Probably not. Last night at a friend’s house I tried too watch the news on TV. The negative thoughts were so pervasive that even though there was not much news to report they stretched their writers to come up with something negative. Every quick moving story they did from bowel cancer to political shenanigans was enhanced by a negative spin. Then there were the commercials. The television really wants us to think we are stupid all our problems could be solved if you just went out and bought the right thing.
We live in such a jungle of cement and wires, electronic currents and gasoline motors that every day is a struggle to find a pure energy and positive thoughts. Without pure energy and positive thoughts we become sick. When a person becomes sick it is like throwing a pebble in the pond and the circles of energy flow out like concentric circles. If one of your loved ones is sick and you feel the energy coming towards you and you are strong of mind and have good energy you can reflect the right curing energy back. Take a minute today and turn off the button on your TV and think about the miracle of worms. It that is too gross, think about the miracle of birds. Birds who live near you know you far better than you know them. They watch us and expect that we will not really notice them. Next time you are walking outdoors and see a bird, really pay attention to it and notice how surprised it is. They see a whole wonderful world all around us we know little about. Sometimes it is good to look there. When you look at a bird, try to really see it and wonder what it had for lunch and where it’s next meal will come from. See if you can figure out where it slept last night and if it is on the move or sticking around the neighborhood. Remember, “Our perception of reality is determined by what we focus on.” (Jon Young again)
Christmas is a good time to not just look at things, but also really see them. Have a good one.
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