PONDER on THIS for Friday, July 16th, 2010 by Marianne Williamson in EVERYDAY GRACE

“Often, when the modern mind experiences itself as bored, it’s actually merely addicted to cheap stimulation, having been trained by television and so forth to constantly jump out of its center. Learning how to slowly and purposefully arrange flowers in a vase, or how to enjoy ourselves while watching a small child play the same game over and over, can be a sign of not giving up but of growing up. We finally come to realize that there is not really a world out there at all, but merely a projection of all our private thought forms. Our capacity to behave powerfully in the outer world is increased by our ability to master the art of living serenely within the internal one.”

Marianne Williamson, in “Everyday Grace”

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