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Sam — I enjoyed the Robert Frost poem that you shared here, thank you. What a beautiful gift, Laurie. My life has held and continues to hold many twists and turns. They are usually caught unprepared and I hit my head against the wall. It hurts. Not being able to take my planned route, I throw my hands in the air—caught up in and overwhelming feeling of defeat.
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What I am struggling hard to learn is that this twist is not the end of my journey. It is only a detour. Someone recently wrote a really cool response in one of the blog posts, it said something like this: When you let go of control, it leaves you open for the most pleasant surprises. I did the training session with Lynette, then went back to the motel where my mother an son were.
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A couple who used to farm up near where I lived at Waitakaruru had moved to Kaikoura the year before so I decided to look them up. One of those friends I liked the look of.
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Following a 3 year long distance romance, we got married, and after 4 years in Waitakaruru Ailsa convinced me to move to Kaikoura before asking her to marry me I was very clear to her that I was never leaving Waitakaruru. Some people might call that coincidence.
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Hi, Laurie, the heart attack I had last year almost put me in a tailspin, however, it did teach me to put things into perspective. I have found smarter ways to do things, or maybe not even do them at all. I would rather cut grass than vacuum and the roof has not fallen in. It is certainly more about what I want than what others want me to do. Little things in life can color your world with rainbows! Sandi — I can well imagine the perspective check that a heart attack would set into motion. I love your observation: Little things in life can color your world with rainbows!
Gee Laurie, catching up on your posts are giving me things to think about in my own life.
Life comes with many Twists and Turns - Modern Age Spirituality
Thank you. A huge twist and turn in my life was believing I was meant to live in Napa, CA. I made all the preparations for selling house in Georgia, selecting apartment in Napa, movers to get me moved, and my brother came down from Michigan to help me drive out there arriving 4 days later. After a couple days my brother flew back to Michigan, the movers never showed up until 3 weeks later, and at some point I became ill. I had started looking for work, but I got too ill to go for interviews. Eventually I began getting a whisper of a message that I should return to Georgia.
It would speak to me the same message every morning when I first woke up. However, today I can count so many blessings from this turn of events in our lives including deeper awareness to energy connections, the unexplainable power of love, the healing qualities of walking in the woods, the resiliency of beings and a peace with how things must be — for a time. Thanks so much for asking Laurie. You have been a part of this turn and twist from the beginning. I count myself fortunate to count you as a professional healing resource and as a friend. Terrill — I have oh-so-admired the way that you and David weathered that storm.
I, too, count your friendship a jewel in my cap. I thought my life was over. I yelled at God for a long time over that one too. Alison — Oh, what a great story! Thank you for sharing that with us here today. Twists and turns lead to exponential growth without a doubt.
And she did Roamer. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth;. Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim Because it was grassy and wanted wear, Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same,.
And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I marked the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Laurie, the above poem by Robert Frost is I believe an apt companion piece to the passage you feature above by Don Williams. Both of course broach the concept of personal choice, independence and making the most meaningful decisions. Needless to say, as always a great lead-in!
Ah, your sprout question Laurie will bring out my romanticism and the first date I had with Lucille on June 4, It changed my life, and was the most beautiful thing that ever happened to me. Sam — I enjoyed the Robert Frost poem that you shared here, thank you. What a beautiful gift, Laurie. My life has held and continues to hold many twists and turns. They are usually caught unprepared and I hit my head against the wall. It hurts. Not being able to take my planned route, I throw my hands in the air—caught up in and overwhelming feeling of defeat. What I am struggling hard to learn is that this twist is not the end of my journey.
It is only a detour.