Tuesday, February 27, 2007

The stranger's leg looks unusable.

Despite what you might tell yourself when you deliberately change your focus, freedom is not in breaking out, but in not needing to be contained.

You could be so very wise, my dear, if you would just recognize that you need to form structures for creative expression, not perpetuate attitudes for repression.

It's elementary and you know it: Not functioning as one whole jeopardizes each part. No matter how much you think you are acting on their behalf.

The solution? Sacrifice what no longer contributes to the whole.

This, lover, means even the fear-based actions you rationalize as "self-control".
I'm alright with the concept of Karma as it's generally understood, darlings, kind-of, sort-of.

The idea of spiritual contracts is pretty nifty, too. I've always been a wheeler-dealer.

Except, of course, if either were laws, you wouldn't be unlimited.

Not even a little.

Oh well, they were cute ideas for awhile.

Karma, destiny, or the power-to-have-it-all, my dears?


Friday, February 23, 2007

Letting the opinions of others dampen your enthusiasm, restrain your joy, and stifle your creativity, sweatheart, is often exactly what they were after.

Pity for them, huh?

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Remember: A reassuring glance, darling, to an unsuspecting stranger across a room, down a hallway, or through a windshield, can literally change the world, forever.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

The long and short of it goes something like this...

When one stops looking for the quick and easy way, darlings, and just deals with what's already on their plate, the quick and easy way soon finds them.

Because actually, what could be quicker than beginning with where you are, or easier than starting with what you've got?