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the woman looked in the mirror one morning she was surprised to see
that she had only three hairs on her head. She thought about it for a
moment and said to her self, "I think I'll wear my hair in a braid
today." And so she did and she had a wonderful day.
morning when she looked in the mirror she saw that she had only two
hairs on her head and she said to her self, "I think I'll part my hair
down the middle today." And so she did she and had a wonderful day.
You may be interested in something I have done per a request by Masaru
Emoto, author of "The Hidden Messages in Water," and several other
books about the Hado of water.
I filled an empty juice bottle
with water from my tap and wrote on a piece of paper "Love, Clearing,
Healing, Love, Cleansing, Restructuring, Love, Forgiveness, Compassion,
Love, Gratitude to the Waters of Japan. "
I laid one of Emoto's
books on the table and placed a mirror on top of the book and then sat
the bottle of water on the mirror.
Over the last 10 years I have become quite a fan of “anime”,
that is animated movies and televisions series produced in Japan. Thanks to my involvement with the
science fiction community, I had been aware of anime for a long time, but when
I found myself taking care of my aged mother I rediscovered it again and what a
blessing it was.
If your thinking is limited to American style cartoons and
Pokemon, think again. Japanese
anime is on a completely different level and in Japan, watched by all ages in
all walks of life.
Actually just some of my favorite books of inspiration. Those marked with a * were, one way or
another, pivotal for me personally. I’m not saying that they are
better than the others, they just fell into my lap at exactly the right time
and made a big difference. I’ll
still grab one of them off the shelf and just open it sometimes to see what
kind of reminder I need.
Secret Agents, by Billy Graham
*A New Earth:
Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose, by Eckhart Tolle