May 17, 2004


A friend told me that she happened upon website she really liked. She told me that she got lost in the pages for a while. She apparently found this blog, September Morn, by searching for information about Lucille's restaurant for a friend.

The odd thing was ... that in following the posts by the blogger, who calls herself, Author Unknown, my friend realized that one of the posts was about someone we both know.

This kind of thing never fails to amaze me.
How many people in the world are now blogging?

I don't like being in this place.

To go on with the story ... I was interested in looking at the website, so my friend sent me the link. I took a look. I like it too. The painting, September Morn by Paul Emile Chabas is one of my favorites. However, something other than the post I was looking for caught my eye. It was part of a quotation by Marianne Williamson.

Here is the quote:

"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."

Why does that frighten us? For me, it is the power which generates the light that can be scary. There is the fear that we are more powerful than we want to be. That if we do not control the power within, we could wreak havoc on the universe.

That is why we must be mindful of thought, word and deed. Sometimes I am afraid of my own thoughts. Because, sometimes I have the most horrible thoughts. And, they scare me.

Talk about a big ego! :-/

Posted by Judi at May 17, 2004 11:40 PM | TrackBack
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