• Random Thoughts Blog

    Random Thoughts Blog

Random Thoughts Blog

Christmas comes early? Time Saving strategies

The nature of reality is that we have to move when we are inspired and take the pressure off ourselves by not moving when we are not.  I know it may sound like anarchy to the time managment movement, but when inspired to play around with our wedding pictures for Christmas Cards I just "went for it."  Then days later Shutterfly had a coupon for 10 free cards!  So here we are folks - one more thing done for Christmas!  Now if the perfect gifts for those we love would just fall out of the sky for us as well we will be sailing.  May all your inspirations work out so well.

The Power of Silence

Silence and the Nature of Reality

I just watched a section of a very powerful documentary/movie/dvd called, "{ijseo_redirect id=3}" a film by Philip Groning - "a rare celluloid experience that truly transports us into another world." For once the marketing was correct - it did transport me, so much so that now my keyboard sounds loud to me, along with the clock ticking on my desk and my room seems cluttered and chaotic. Watching for just 30 minutes stilled me and transported me to a quieter world, one, frankly I am a little sad to leave.

The Power of Invitation

I started my morning do yoga and listening, as I often do, to Kelly Howell and either or both The Secret of Mind Meditation and her meditation on Destiny. Today I was struck by her words as she reminds us to invite our highest destiny, and the skills we need to move along that path. As I think about the word invitation I appreciate the way it opens my heart and chest to consider both the meaning of inviting and being invited.

Christmas Songs: Holidays bridging two continents

As I sit down to write this, I have just downloaded Christmas music, updated with such new names to me as Michael Buble', Harry Connick and Diana Krall. Heaven only knows where our standard Christmas CD collection is, buried, I am sure, in the piles of boxes that inhabit the small cubbie holes around our house, some so small we have to squeeze to get into them.