The Difficulty Of Seeing The Good

October 31, 2010 by  
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Below is Huffington Post I really enjoyed  by Scott Schwenk that I wanted to share with you.

I don’t know about administering healing or the “Course in Miracles” but I do know about not being swept away by emotions.  I also know about not reacting to everything that happens.  Scott discusses a personal situation where he was able to stay centered and therefore not add anger and anxiety to an already complex situation.

This is a way of being that I have been able to master yet.  I still from time to time get carried away in the chaos.  But, I do know focusing on what is good and being able to recognize our humanity is the path.  As I often say we are all our own master pieces in the making.  See the good and have compassion for yourself and others.

The Difficulty of Seeing the Good

by Scott Schwenk

People do things. Often enough people do things I don’t like. I used to give a lot of attention to internally grumbling about all the things I would think people were doing, why they shouldn’t, and what they should be doing instead.

One day a coconut hit me on the head, I saw a tunnel of scintillating light which filled me with a peace beyond all imagining, and my disease of judgment was permanently and forever cured.

Okay, not really. Actually, none of that happened…Continued

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