We’d like to show the side of the world you don’t normally see on television.
I have had a very interesting past few days. Getting involved in things again, which made me realize again how the best things in life are not things. I was invited to a wooden boat show to sell some of my nautical collections (including some of my original illustrations such as "Divina,the golden dolphin"). It was a lot of work for not much money, and helped me realize that I have the same "dis-ease" as my collector Mother. This was dismaying, however it helped me express more forgiveness toward her. I used ho'oponopono very sincerely (very deeply I must say in my newly found awareness) - "I am so sorry, please forgive me, thank you. I love you." over and over, as I realized my attachment to things is toxic also.
Thank you, William - here is my quote for the day:Sounds as if you are doing well my friend. If I were closer to SC I would come help you unload that truck but I have a feeling you will have help. Good post.~Namaste'
Thank you, Nadine. Divina is the star of my book Sailing and Swimming with Dolphins. She pointed me to all the Golden Rules of the religions around the world. I was going to attach them, but they are not on this computer yet. I will have to wait till I get back home Monday. I am on my way to pick up my nephew to take him to UNC/Asheville to introduce him to Vipassana meditation. I hope he is attracted to it? One Love, ronHi Ron love the picture of the golden dolphin. what is the story of Divina, the golden dolphin?