SECOND BOOK PUBLISHED
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THE GOAL IS SETFrom box in garage, to published books in 365 days. Dictated messages from a voice out-of-time: How to transform your mind and be wholly joyous now!
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FIRST BOOK PUBLISHED
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“We had to live in the present; each moment had to be absorbed for all that was in it, to satisfy the hunger for life…When a ray of sunshine comes, open out, absorb it to the depths of your being. … Continue reading
Here is a quote that spoke to me today: “For five years I raced around digging ponds, chopping trees, clearing paths, pulling rocks, unclogging channels, planting–always making lists, plans, agendas, always “improving” things…According to my schedule, I could begin enjoying … Continue reading
I thought The Miracle Teachings would take two months to update, format and edit. It took five. I guess we never know when we start a “journey” what that experience is really going to be. Obviously, it is for my … Continue reading
5 books in 365 days? The second book update/edit has taken 5 months instead of two! Final edit (is there ever a final edit?) will be finished today. Everything touches everything it seems. Lines in recent poems nudge me into … Continue reading
In the War of ArtSteven Pressfield says “Grandiose fantasies are a symptom of Resistance. They’re the sign of an amateur. The professional has learned that success, like happiness, comes as a by-product of work. The professional concentrates on the work … Continue reading
I saw the movie about Stephen Hawkins and family today. He wanted to find the scientific Answer, to the riddle of the universe. The movie was many things and I was moved by it. The first half of the second … Continue reading
On a T.V. show, I watched a disabled veteran (with both of his own legs gone) climbing a mountain, a dedicated guide at his side. The guide said it’s the challenge, setting the goal, and making the effort that gives … Continue reading
The days have been slip-sliding right into January, and I am two weeks behind my editing schedule for book two. But I have seen stories during this holiday season about those who have carried on and not turned back, and … Continue reading
I have been away from the computer for five days: a three-day trip and two days upon return, including 4 holiday events 4 days in a row, meeting a local writer, and a Packer game thrown in for good measure. … Continue reading