Location: Algonquin, Illinois, United States

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Way leads to Way

Lately I have been talking about making changes. Part of the reason that I haven’t posted in a couple of weeks is because I have been experimenting and making changes with my daily schedule, trying something for a few days and seeing how it works and either discarding the idea entirely, making minor adjustments, or discovering that the new way is quite welcome.

What I find most amazing is that as I have opened myself for change and new experiences the universe has supplied me with teachers and encouragement. Here is what my horoscope said one day last week:

An opportunity may seem far beyond your reach today, but this is not the case. You are much closer than you think. You merely need to make small adjustments to your current path and you could be welcoming tremendous prosperity with open arms.

Even the packaging on a new soup I decided to try was imparting much the same message:

…we’ve discovered that taking one small, positive step seems to lead to the next and the next and the next. Then when we look back we realize that way led to way.
Way leads to Way.

The soup was really delicious. And these are only two examples of the messages that the universe has been sending to me. I think I am on the right path.

So with some of the experimentation that has been going on I haven’t had much of a mind for creating. But recently I found myself yearning to create and yet unable to really commit to any of the things on my list. So instead I grabbed a bag of scraps and told myself that even if it was something small, I was going to create something and whatever I used had to come out of that bag of scraps. The other caveat was that if I was going to start this thing I was going to finish it too.

So here is what came out of my scrap bag.

Change your thoughts and you change your world. —Norman Vincent Peale


Anonymous Frederique said...

Beautiful scrap quilt!!

4:09 PM  

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