Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Hump Day (no photographs)

Those of us who have come to make regular use of prayer would no more do without it than we would refuse air, food, or sunshine. And for the same reason. When we refuse air, light, or food, the body suffers. And when we turn away from meditation and prayer, we likewise deprive our minds, our emotions, and our intuitions of vitally needed support.

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for the reminders being thrown in my face this week

that Scott chaired a meeting about surrender - amongst many other things

that keeping a good attitude and being nice to a stranger can reap many rewards

for planning, preparation and presentation (see above & below)

that I completed a major hurdle towards getting a certain someone accepted into a College program

for gains and losses in the elections yesterday

Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.
-Motto of the Special Olympics


Trudging said...

Congrats on the certain someone's steps towards college

Scott W said...

Ah, brave in the attempt. That's beautiful.

Mary Christine said...

Have a good day dAAve.

A Tampa Realtor said...

DAve you Rock! Thanks for the comment, and yes I kinda sorta let all that stuff go yesterday.

Tab said...

{{goosebumps and warm smiles when I read about a certain someone and college:)}}Keep us posted on that!

I love that Twelve Step tradition message.I honestly believe some people are just condtioned to think that if the even mumble the word
"god" they are a hardcore religious fanatic!Some people just do not understand prayer and meditation as a natural born right to embrace how ever each of feels fit.My morning has coffee ,reading and medition before is all important..yeppers...I love that
..thank you Daave:)

Shannon said...

sometimes I dont like it when things are "thrown in my face" I admire your attitude about it.
Have a good day

SCoUt said...

I love it when the topic is surrender.
My favorite subject.
Peace, dAAve,

Sober @ Sundown said...

Love the quote from the Special Olympics....