Today I rise visualizing myself as an orchid flower, intricate within my petal spread.  

I open the Buddhist magazine Lion’s Roar to its advertisements for books, one of my favorite things, and what comes is “less is more”.  I look at the list of Democrats who are running for president, and I find myself leaning toward Marianne Williamson who has added herself to the flock, covey, herd, swarm, and bringing in fragrance, bouquet, of candidates running, and it does feel like running as we’re bombarded with who is best able to handle a tragic, complex, and tangled mess.  

This quote is often attributed to Nelson Mandela but it’s hers.

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.

What if we listened to a candidate who presents a vision of love, as we honor our gifts, knowing there’s more than enough for all?

It’s been forty-one days since my brother passed.  My head is beginning to clear and I’m moving into readiness to step back into this world I love and share.

Look Within

2 thoughts on “Day 41: Less is More

  1. Wow! I really appreciate your public consideration of an alternative candidate. It is a radical idea to bring our values of love and truth into the political realm. How ironic. Thank you for your boldness. Yes- let us consider the possibilities.
    Perhaps Gar’s demonstration that this physical existence ends gives motivation to accomplish what we can while we are in the physical realm.

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    1. Thank you Elaine. You have been the inspiration on this as I realized we need to expand our definitions and view of possibilities. Yes, I am inspired by my brother’s passing. He leads the way in how we can change the world while we’re here. Yes!


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