Review As I Read
I'm reading David Smith's section on Forgiveness in Honoring the Sacred EarthHonoring the Sacred Earth (I know! I can't believe I haven't finished it yet, but that's another story…) and something about this prayer really got to me: "Almighty God who created everything grant us your forgiveness for the wrongs we have done in our lives and help us to forgive those who have done wrong to us…"
I confess, I am enjoying the heck out of Raymond Aaron's Double Your Income Doing What You LoveDouble Your Income Doing What You Love. What, specifically, has caught my fancy? Aaron's no-nonsense approach to success, goal-setting, and getting on track for one; his confidence in his methods for another; and the feeling of hope and excitement that his writing gives me.
Page xiii: Looks good so far, "The Passion TestThe Passion Test provides the simplest, clearest way to get started on knowing what you want." Excellent! I like simple. I like clear. And I already know that one of the things I really want is to know what I want.
I've totally blown it. My fabulous course, Embodied Wisdom, starts on Monday and I have only read one of the four required books and none of the recommended ones.
I admit, I got lost in Jung's Memories, Dreams, Reflections. Who wouldn't? After all, it is incredibly rich material.