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July 30, 2006

Today I woke up as a draft


They knew how I would feel this morning - like a draft of my ideal self.

[current mood] Very very slow moving with Jazz

Posted by natalija at July 30, 2006 1:52 PM


Today i was sat on Hammersmith bridge watching the the river Thames flow past. Oblivious to the noise around me, i gazed into the water, studying its many differing directions, mini wirlpools and swirls. It served as timely reminder of a universal truth that everyone knows, but forgets all too easilly. Interconnectedness.
As i watched a river ferry pass under the bridge i was drawn to the waves it left in its wake and thought about how as we pass through the fabric of life we create our own waves and ripples - as we do, these permeate out into the universe, affecting not only us as individuals, but everything as a whole, everything as one. The more people that join together in a common thought or action the larger the wake, the bigger the wave.

Choose with wisdom what you send into the sea of consciousness, it affects us all. For every action there is a reaction.

Posted by: Ladio at August 2, 2006 9:01 AM

Hi Ladio
This is very true - and isn't it great how we can get this string of thought that gives us great insight just by looking at those ordinary things around us. And sometimes even things that it seems people have ruined, like boats in dirty rivers.... but still the universe is operating in it all.
Energy exists!

Posted by: Natty at August 2, 2006 9:40 AM

Hey Nat,

Absolutely, Energy in every form, what are we if we're not energy ? That is, essentially our essence.
Nature in itself is a complete artform, everywhere you look you see beauty in a myriad of different shapes, forms, colours and sizes. I sat in Richmond Park yesterday, where the grass had grown to above knee length, and as the wind blew it turned the grass, swaying it in rythmic motion, like a rolling ocean. Clouds, drifted by, but not aimlessley, each individual, completley unique, but each also travelling in the same direction as the other - i think this is reflective of life. As we go about our daily lives, we are each inexorably drawn to the same end.
Absolutely love your site Nat. :o)

Posted by: Ladio at August 2, 2006 10:28 AM

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