A Cause For Rejoicing

 

No task required.

No hurdle to jump. There never was.

No path that must be walked.

There is only saying Yes. And saying Yes again.

And seeing from the place of All. And listening from the seat of One.

“I have failed” means only that I think there’s something I must do. Or do correctly. Or more correctly.

No task required.

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  1. simplifies things 🙂

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    1. Yes–as simple as it gets. 🙂

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  2. Amazing photograph – such sumptuous colors! Your words brought Jim Carrey’s film “Yes Man” to mind, did you ever see it?

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    1. No, I never saw that film. Sounds like something I might want to look for on Netflix.

      Glad you like the photograph – it was a glorious sunset on the central Calif. coast.

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  3. Yes. I like simple…and this beautiful image!

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    1. It’s curious how often I make things so much harder than they really are. A clue, perhaps…

      Thanks Susan.

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  4. To the point and beautiful all at once!

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    1. Thanks Sue, what a nice comment.

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  5. Happy New Year MK. What a beautiful post to read and start the year with! I love it and will keep it close to me.
    Karen 🙂 🙂

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    1. Happy New Year, Karen. I am happy that this speaks to you.
      Welcome back!

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    1. If we ever wonder if a thing can be glorious and also serene and simple, here is a sunset to remind us that it’s quite easy.
      Thanks, Gunta.

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