I just received this response to yesterday’s post about Paradise. A photo was attached!
“Dear Betsy… I’m sitting here at my computer getting ready to start the day and laughed out loud when I realized the significance of the image I’ve had as the wallpaper on my desktop for the last couple of weeks … check it out!” Peanut
River candy for Valentine’s Day– let’s read Peanut’s river as if it were her palm.
- a bed of magnificent, massive, solid rock,
- tropical vegetation,
- steep, straight flow,
- actually TWO flows. Plus a little squirt.
I don’t see:
- the destination.
I have a hunch you’re plunging through massive change in a short time. TWO big changes, to be exact. Plus a side endeavor that’s not as intense. Although the end result of these changes is not yet known to you, the entire scenario (including the other living things around you) feels to you like Paradise. Why? Because your very movement through life is underlain and surrounded by the strongest stuff available – freedom. Freedom of mind. Tell me where I’m wrong 🙂
PS – Your note came in as I was working on two other reader’s questions. One concerns splitting life between multiple enterprises. The other involves operating in an ultra straight-forward fashion. Coincidentally (??) they each relate to your river too. “We are all connected to each other!” With goose bumps and XX – B
PPS – Happy Valentine’s Day, Peanut. (I just love to say “Peanut!”)