“Like Confucius of old, I am absorbed in the wonder of earth, and the life upon it, and I cannot think of heaven and the angels. I have enough for this life. If there is no other life, then this one has been enough to make it worth being born, myself, a human being. With so profound a faith in the human heart and its power to grow toward the light, I find here reason and cause enough for hope and confidence in the future of mankind.” ~ Pearl S. Buck, as quoted in The Writer’s Almanac
By the way, I posted two new pages on the “Where is Jett?” page of my Web site. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, and see ’11 Spring and ’11 Summer.
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Regarding last week’s Tenacity Notes, a reader sent me “a quote from some old Chinese guy.” She said she has it taped to her computer at work:
“Don’t worry about the occurrence of thoughts, only beware of being slow to notice it happening. The occurrence of thoughts is sickness; not continuing thoughts is medicine.”
Habitual patterns of thinking/acting can damage the brain.
Changing those patterns can heal it.
Some readers replied about falling asleep:
* A few years ago I began to channel love into my body as I’m falling asleep. I envision each cell getting what it needs as I breath in and feeling really satisfied and happy as I breath out. Usually, before I get done going through all my body parts, I’m asleep.
* As for dreams, write them down. As soon as you wake up, whatever you remember, even an image or word. My first entry was “red ball, bouncing.” The more you write, the more you’ll start remembering. A dream journal is a fascinating journey, well worth the effort.
* As always thank you for your notes! On more than one occasion they have found me confused and assisted me in finding the path out of the fog!
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