conceptual oyster

the world is my oyster…living in random oyster beds, oceans and marshes worldwide, currently:, New Zealand

wednesday’s written muse…

i had a typical ‘conversation’ (if you can call email exchanges a conversation) recently with a good friend of mine. that night this paragraph grabbed me as it was in total sync with our ongoing conversation…

 and of course, i’ve given this book many props and now you can see for yourselves:

Be clear.Reprogram yourself every minute of each day with thoughts that make you grow. When you’re feeling irritated or confused, try to laugh at yourself. Laugh outloud at this woman tormented by doubts and anxieties, convinced that her problems are the most important then in the world. Laugh at the sheer absurdity of the situation, at the fact that despite being a manifestation of the [mother], you still believe God is a man who lays down the rules. Most of your problems stem from just that-from following the rules.                                                                                                                     Edda

 from                                                                                                                        The Witch of Portobello

Paulo Coelho

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2 Comments»

  aart wrote @

hello!
I’m also a big Paulo Coelho’s fan and I don’t know if you heard about his blog
http://www.paulocoelhoblog.com
I’ve started as a fan and now I’m collaborating with him and thought that you would like to enter his universe.
Check the blog, if you want, or subscribe to his newsletter
http://www.warriorofthelight.com/engl/index.html
You’ll see a community of warriors of light sharing ideas, dreams and most importantly following their personal legend.

QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“Choosing one path means abandoning others – if you try to follow every possible path you will end up following none.”

See u there and have a great day!
Aart

  oyster girl wrote @

that quote hits pretty hard…


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