Sunday, November 9, 2008

tic-toc (a thoem)



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tic-toc

by a. c. lock

tic-toc (silent hammock)

tic-toc (quiet stream)


watch a lifetime tic-away with time to toc (and dream)
in a world of backwards choices (careful what you pick)

thoughts become your destiny (for you & me):


toc, tic
























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* Be-Cause (according to the Law of Attraction), each of us co-creates or "causes" that which we (eventually) experience.
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* A Course In Miracles states that an earthly lifetime is but a "tiny tic of time" in relation to the World of the Timeless.
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* that which we think, say, and do today... will re-flect and unfold into the of blossom, fruit and seed of our tomorrows.
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* what thought-seeds are we going to plant today?
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martineau, l. (2008). book 64: thanks for every thing. copyright by www.wellnesseducation.us. In-Spired, in part, by a sailboat on lake wakatipu, in queenstown, nz.
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4 comments:

  1. The thing that really makes me realize how fast time goes by is by having kids. It seems to change before your eyes. Not just their growth but the things they do. The empty nest stage does not happen when they leave home for college; it happens every day little by little.

    1. When they stop sleeping on your tummy.
    2. When they are able to make their own meals and get their own drinks.
    3. When they stop waking you up on a Saturday when they are the first ones up and you find them watching cartoons without you.
    4. When you pick them up from school and they say "Mom, can I stay for 20 more minutes to play with my friends" intead of running and hugging me and saying "What took you so long, Mom".

    Time goes by too fast for all of us. Enjoy every minute.

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  2. Judy,

    This is SUCH a great insight. I've heard it said that motherhood is an incredibly powerful way to experience Love.
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    First of all, your child is (in Reality) YOU; a part of your body that you carried for 3/4 of a year. A part that now appears to be separate, but that will All-Ways Be Connected.
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    Next, a mom's very mission is to facilitate the process by which your children are less and less dependent upon you -- a never ending process of "letting go" that is the very epitome of self-less-ness. Your comment described this perfectly.
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    As a parent, you help your kids to learn to ride the bike, and then you suffer when they fall (or, worse yet, when they ride away).
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    The Good news (and there's All-Ways Good news) is that parents (moms especially) experience that sense of True, Unconditional Love... the kind that Shines through -- even during the stormiest of storms.
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    If we are all here to practice and experience Love (which is what I'd like to believe), then parents probably have the ultimate opportunity to do so.
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    As we continue to live life to its Ultimate Fullest, and as we In-Joy every, single moment, let's take THIS moment to re-Member that Be-ing Present with someone who you Love is more exhilarating than any excursion, any adventure, and any travel experience. It is Love-making, in the Truest sense of the word.
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    Please know that I'm not dismissing dads in any way or form. I just wanted to take a moment to honor moms.
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    To ALL of you who have raised children, Bravo!!
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    Love,
    Lenny

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  3. Wow, were you a mother in a past life?

    Willy has experienced the ultimate this morning as a Dad. He got up to a beautiful handmade card by Kelly thanking him for his service and for being a veteran.

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  4. J,
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    I've probably been a mother in many lives, but that's another post, for another time.
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    Thanks for remembering our veterans.
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    Even though I think that war is an insane thing, I admire the young men and women who are willing to put their lives on the line for those who they Love.
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    Here's an echo-toast to all veterans!
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    Lenny

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