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Thursday, June 30, 2011

AYD July 1, 2011 - Which way do I go? Which way do I go?

Alice came to a fork in the road. "Which road do I take?" she asked.
"Where do you want to go?" responded the Cheshire cat.

"I don't know," Alice answered.

"Then," said the cat, "it doesn't matter."
- Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

There are times when we feel a little lost.  Hard to find the path, or direction that we yearn for to guide us to our meaning.  It is crucial that we do not allow our energy to be spent focussing on only the emptiness that comes at this time. When we do, we sadly discover that the only progress we have made is completing the negativity circle and planting our feet in our very own footprints...the ones we left when we started feeling this way.  By the way, when your heart feels heavy, those imprints we leave can get deep.

It is the very common understanding that when our spirits are low, our eyes follow.  I am not aware of too many dreams being found kicking pebbles and finding poetry lines that rhyme with "Oh, Woe is Me!"

Recognize this time for what it is.  An opportunity to find out something about yourself, thru brainstorming and exploring a new outlook.  Don't like the scenery in front of the eyes, blink....and look in another direction.  Change your poem to be, "Get to Know Me!"  and let that be your mission.  Who R U? 

It is not always easy to define what we want...so start by identifying clearly with what you Don't Want.  Your first step on finding a new trail could simply be the one you take AWAY from where you don't want to be...and then, well, you won't have any of those deep, sad footprints to retrace ... so you will have no choice but to lift your head up ...

When you see Alice, politely tell her to get out of the way...you have somewhere to get to.

Good morning...see you on the trail.
Pierre Couturier
Husband, Best Friend, Dad - DaDeee, Author and Explorer.

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