Out of the Habit

Posted on December 2, 2007 By

Ok, I admit it – I’m out of the habit of sitting at the computer, writing down my thoughts and impressions on the greater reality of the physical world… There seems too many things to do in the course of a day lately and simply not enough time to decompress enough from the physical aspects of living in order to naturally convey thoughts on higher reality in the time alloted to do so each day. So the Physical wins round 1 … or is it round 3,000? Or is it just another loop in the cycle? LOL… it is really just another loop, and that’s fine, but I can’t help but feel like I’m dropping the ball for everyone who has ventured to my blog and, in fact, to everyone currently on the Path or contemplating it. For that, I hope you please accept my most sincere apologies.

Is providing the support and encouragement to walk the Path solely mine? No, but it is part of my particular Path … part of my Spiritual assignment to reach out to the World, to help find and encourage those who suddenly find themselves contemplating such things – especially in this time of dramatic growth and development of World Consciousness. But it is also part of my Path to support and provide for my family and to raise awareness in those physically more closer, and ultimately this is a personal lesson on Balancing the two (I suspect there have been many more lifetimes than I am currently aware spent sequestered in monasteries and such). So here we are back to the dichotomy and duality and the nature of the World… None of it matters, when it gets right down to it… and all of it does.

So I hope you forgive my rather sporadic writing the last month or so, and bear with me as I try to regain my momentum and reclaim the habit of writing for the blog. Not all of what I may write may be as “intense” as some of my articles in the past, but it is what it is meant to be… but that may not be a bad thing either.

Thank you … and Namaste, my friends…

Monkey business

  1. Liara Covert says:

    It takes practice to learn to live and function in multiple dimensions at the same time. Patience is a virtue for us all all, nno matter where we may be along our chosen paths. Namaste.

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