"Is the life I am living the same as the life that wants to live in me?" I love this question! Byron Katie would say... "yes - how do I know... because it is the life I am living." Eckhart Tolle would say... "yes - it is the reality of the present moment." Beth would say... Yes, and what can I do from here? The difference now is the answer no longer comes from my mind... It comes inside-out. That is, if there is such a place. No, not like a dirty sock in the bottom of the laundry basket.
The man on the bus starts telling you about his fantasy dream girl. "She looks a lot like you," he says. He's even given her a name, he mentions casually. The name is yours. I am thinking to myself as the stranger (or is he?) passionately tells me all the details, "could this be the man everyone talks about? The man of my dreams?" The conversation in my head continues as I listen. There is something so familiar about him and the details resemble the stories my girlfriend shares with me. Could it be the "man of my dreams" before
I was given four magazines by a dear client, The Sun, I love everything about it, the feel of the paper, the layout and design, the well used feel, and the articles. It is the type of magazine you would place on your reading table to read at anytime. I, on the other hand, placed it in the magazine rack in the bathroom. That's a whole different story to tell at a later date! WHAT IS THE SUN? "The Sun is an independent, ad-free magazine that for more than forty years has used words and photographs to evoke the splendor