PONDER on THIS for Monday, June 14th, 2010 by Laura Alden Kamm in INTUITIVE WELLNESS

A wonderful movie called Auntie Mame has one of my favorite lines: “Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death.” Life is full of experiences that can remind us to let go of the things keeping us from the banquet table and more fully embrace the love of God. I urge you to let go of the things to which you cling. If you are meant to have something or someone in your life, they will not leave you. People, objects, and situations are woven like the threads of a fabric; the nature of the weaving will determine whether it holds or not. You can mend and patch, but if a tear is meant to be, it will happen. So be at peace with the way people and objects weave through your life.”

Laura Alden Kamm, in “Intuitive Wellness”

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