Where Time Machines Cannot Take Us

I introduce my friend, Kusum Dole, and her new blog. Let’s show her some WordPress love :).

This piece really resonates with me presently.
May it also with you.

Peace, love & light,

Foster Self Awareness

Related: A personal account of my “Experiences of In-Between”

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Where Time Machines Cannot Take Us

Why do we dread starting and ending?

What is between the here and there?

The “in-between” is everywhere: creative or work projects, writing a resume, going out for the evening, quitting smoking…any task whether active or passive.

Each of us reacts to it in our own way: a dead stop, procrastination, hesitation, digging our heels, avoidance or, perhaps, rising to the challenge.

What does in-between feel like?

The in-between is different for each of us who struggles with it: An open field fraught with attacks from the sky. A swamp of sinking despair. An empty eternity. A dense dark forest…suffocating, trapping.

Even though we know that we must go through the in-between, we yearn for that time machine so we don’t have to traverse it. Wanting to be already there.

I used to want this, too. Then I learned…

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Think Positive

I know this? But I’d forgotten. Thank you I Am Sorrow for reminding me of this valuable way of being ☺ Please let’s give a warm WordPress Welcome to a wonderful new blogger whom I know will inspire you on her journey here ☺ Mazeltov!

Journey of Compassion


When you want something very badly, it can lead you to feel fearful that you will never have it.
Those things that mean the most to us sometimes seem unattainable when we’re in a negative state of mind.
Instead of entertaining reasons why you might never have it.  Pretend that you alteady do, and immerse yourself in the experience of how it feels.
You will draw good energy in your life this way through positive thinking.

~I Am Sorrow♌

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A Box of Woe

I LOVE this idea from blogger Silver Threading. I’m totally inspired to start my own box…
Different from writing in a journal I think for it is in the action of tossing our woes/grievances away that aid us in actually letting them go in order to move on with our day.

“I have a box of woe.  I write down on a piece of paper what is driving me crazy at the time and drop it into my box of woe.  POOF!  It is instantly gone.  The thing that was driving me mad is now out of sight, out of mind!  Time to move on and get busy!”

Writer’s Quote Wednesday http://wp.me/p4xNpg-1mG by Silver Threading

Thank you Silver Threading for sharing this great idea!

Peace & love,




Dallas Rd, Victoria BC, 2013

The circle keeps turning. This is where spinning children find out we are one drop of water in sky becoming ocean, or earth, what ever catches the I, eye first as we go round in the half-full glass that never empties or fills in the song that never ends.


Dallas Rd Spinners, Victoria BC, Easter 2013