Diversions

I have simply stopped arguing with reality. How do I know the wind should blow? It's blowing. How do I know this is the highest order? It's happening. Arguing with 'what is' is like teaching a cat to bark. It's not very fulfilling. I am my friend and no longer confused. The way I know that reality is good is that when I argue the point I experience tension, fear and frustration. I lose – not sometimes, but 100% of the time. It just doesn't feel natural inside: no balance, no connection. I want reality to change? Hopeless. Let me change my thinking. Some of us mentally argue with 'what is.' Others of us attempt to control and change 'what is,' and then tell ourselves and others that we actually had something to do with any apparent change that took place. This leaves no connection or room for God in my life. In the peaceful experience of no opposition to God, I remain aware of my nature: clear, vibrant, a friend, a listener.
Byron Katie

Christmas decor

Today I was going to take down the Christmas decorations. But I got sidetracked and somehow ended up eating lunch at Olive Garden and then off to the movies to see Marley and Me. I love unplanned days filled with diversions. 
Once returning home I worked on my journal pages. The Christmas decorations, laundry and many misc. chores can wait until tomorrow.
Crying
Journal
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