Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
"There is light enough for those who wish to see," wrote French philosopher Blaise Pascal, "and darkness enough for those of the opposite disposition." This is something that exists in everyone's alignment with themselves and with the collective whole and so it should not "be remembered" it should be returned to. More than ever before, what you choose to focus on will come rushing in to meet you, touch you, teach you, and prompt you to respond. Even if all the smart people you know seem to be drunk on the darkness, I encourage you to be a brave rebel who insists on equal time for the light.