So, do you squeeze the toothpaste from the end or in the middle? Our self-talk, coaxed by the scrutiny of others, makes us aware of our dental hygiene habits and imposes meaning on our otherwise mindless behavior. Like a fresh new tube of toothpaste, when we freely grab life in the fullest, and plumpest of possibility without hesitation, we find a refreshing burst of cleansing freedom. Grab the best life offers you, and get the most out of it by releasing your limitations of past behavior and habits.
Puddles, Toothpaste & the Deep End
New-thought philosophy purposefully
exploring life's spiritual inter-relationships,
sprinkled with a little history and words of wisdom.
Ready, Willing, Able
I am ready.
Sometimes we want good to flow into our lives before we're ready to receive it. Mental preparation for life transformation creates a spiritual environment of receptivity.
I am willing.
Really, my desire for greater good in my life bursts forth beneath the surface of the calm exterior I choose to display to the world. Willingness, tantamount to openness, expands my capacity to receive.
I am able.
I can handle more good. Having done the mental work and the spiritual work, Spirit, give me a try. Let me prove my ability to thrive in a better life! Bring it on!