I love to be alone, get stoned, and just cogitate, and write, and dream, the best days are when I can dream and let it all go . . .
Instructions for proceeding if you choose to engage in them: Take a few deep breaths, relax, let go, melt and say to yourself I have all the time in the world (so long as I am not overbooked, ha, ha, ha) repeat until you are ready for a bible reference! Ready? Go!
The book of Ecclesiaties Chapter 10 verse 20
Think about what you are thinking about.
But you knew that.
Even us “po-folks” can be guilty of jealousy or being miserly, and envious. Guilty of assumption, that is. It’s pretty easy to envy the “rich”. I know I have many times. It never helped my situation, not once. In fact, it only made me more miserable, in turn, all could see around me was misery. Now, I don’t know about you but, me, I do not want to feel that anymore. THAT”S IT !! I’m refusing misery.
I resolve to recognize when I begin down a path of misery and complaining in my self-talk, my inward thoughts and when I do, I will Stop, forgive, think again and choose grace, and gratefulness instead. YEAH ! No more bitterness, or envy.
I choose to be, happy and contented with what I have, and yet, ever able to expand, grow and improve.
I choose to live now, I choose life on the inside first.
Signs follow depending upon your attitude:
It’s a good day!
Guilty Pleasure confession number 1:
I love to be alone, get stoned, and just cogitate, mull things over and write, and dream, the best days are when I can dream and let it all go . . . and write what is in my heart.
Who said that? HAF