Bright Snow

What a perfect day to soak in Nature's Soul! The skeletons of trees speak dreams today from where I lay at Point Lookout, writing these words.

Life and fate came to my mind. I sat at Point Lookout at College of The Ozarks for more than an hour, soaking in the beauty and utter silence around me. It was a perfect moment in Autumn.

Life and living in it are such funny things. Life's course changes from time to time and I know that it's important to simply let life happen. Yesterday was some kind of special day where my spirit decided to realize the world as I used to see its auras and have the confidence to look for the soul charge in people, places and ideas that come to me.

I wonder if the emotional winding up is pushing me to open my eyes about the world again. I hope and dream that I can open my inner eye as much as sincerely possible when I am up and about. The goal of life is not to be the most clever or the funniest. It's to live and love as much as you can. This includes loving yourself. This includes loving others you don't even know. It's breaking free from your comfort shell and seeing inside yourself and others and seeing their possibilities, not their limits.

A thing about this concept of the river of life I feel like I and others travel down. The harder you push against emotions, against your true fate callings and inner self the more vainly upstream you swim. The destination is downstream and it's so much easier to simply swim with the current. You keep your strength, you go places you haven't seen and it's easier to swim to the banks for a rest from time to time.

After a nice long spell, I decided to get up and leave. As I did, I saw something behind some rocky crevice. A couple of bills hidden from view. Forty dollars! I've never gotten paid to be on the right path before. I looked to see if anyone dropped the money but it had been at least an hour or more I'd been there and had not seen a soul there. What a bizarre, lovely day.

Comments

Poetic Painter said…
I randomly came across your blog. I just love this post. I can completely relate to just soaking up the natural world around us. And I love the message here on what's most important in life. Thanks for sharing.
Jess Mendez said…
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I was looking through your blog, and I found it interesting, and inspiring to me, so I thought why not leave you a comment.

I too have a blog that I use out of Southern California here in San Diego.

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Well I hope to hear from you soon, and or read about you….LOL

Sincerely,
Jesse
Thanks for the kind words :)
I appreciate you all
ultramarine said…
I found $100 a couple of months ago. At the shops, on the ground. Couldn't believe it! But it sure did help paying towards my car registration!