Never doubt that there are spirits alternately laughing at and with you, supporting you, egging you on, helping you walk on eggs and sometimes throwing egg in your face.
After my last post about feeling the angsty-post-Christmas blues I simply had to laugh at this over the top take on privilege in the form of an invitation to a bbq (that I received from a friend in Uganda no less).
Click on the link to download the powerpoint. Make sure you watch it until the end.
Perspective is a good thing. So is chasing after things that can’t be caught.
Bill Ursel says
Hi Lee-anne. When do we leave?? Might I add . . .knowing when to chase and perhaps allowing ourselves to be caught . . .in the moment, taking a breath and knowing what really matters.
Lee-Anne Ragan says
It’s alluring isn’t it. I love your notion about allowing ourselves to be caught. Caught up in the moment, like wild time. Ironic too how we have to remind ourselves to do something so natural as breathing. Talk about ying and yang; do you know what triggers us to breath in? It’s not our body’s need for oxygen but rather our body signaling that we have too much CO2. I love the message wrapped up in that.
Walton Stpeter says
lolol where is a light beer whenever you need one
Excellent. Thanks so much for the post. -Kate says
Excellent. Thanks so much for the post. -Kate