Thank you for posting this on your blog Pam! My Mom and I have been talking about this and how great it is that every day you start out saying “Something wonderful is going to happen today!”- it always does. In fact, because we are paying attention to things, lots of wonderful things happen; -)
You wouldn’t go on a date without brushing your teeth.
Or write a resume without adding your phone number.
So why do we persist in starting our days without tuning into the Divine Buzz?
This Divine Buzz, F.P. (take your pick) is a loving force, folks, that wants nothing but to connect with us, to guide us, to bestow upon us every blessing we could possibly think up and a bunch we haven’t even come up with yet.
But instead of tuning in to this ocean of awesomeness, we’re tuned into this other frequency that limits the transmission. Anne Lamott recently wrote about a book signing in Wichita, Kansas where she was, as she describes it, “in whiny baby mode.”
On that transmission, the mothership couldn’t locate her. Couldn’t help her…
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