I am unpacking several quotes from Marianne Williamson’s A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles. I was going to start diving into them here, but went on another tangent instead. Here you go…

We’re consuming Marianne Williamson’s A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles for a month in book club. This was suggested by Travis who also introduced me to Casey Neistat’s daily vlog last month, which became the impetus for the Realm of Jupiter – my personal take on daily creation.

He and 20 something others, are recent additions to my family. We may not be bound by blood, but we’re bound by something deeper – that which some blood relationships don’t always readily provide. Our bindings are made of pure unconditional love, honesty, and vulnerability. This is the stuff that growth, development, and evolution are comprised. The very stuff I want every relationship I participate in to be bound with.

May not have mentioned much about the retreat I attended where I met all these amazing people. Don’t feel like I need to. Fellow accountability partner Maria did an amazing job describing it and wrote an article on her blog about the retreat which was published on High Existence – the organization which produced the retreat.

See what I’m doing here? Summing up synchronicities enforces their lessons in our own life. As we wake up, so we begin to wake up the world. Showing appreciation for the gifts and synchronicities in our lives opens us up to receiving more. If we write them all down we will eventually reach a point where we will be writing every day, non-stop, for the rest of our lives.

Sidebar – I just read that Marianne Williamson is running for president in 2020. WOW.

PS: I’ve committed to a full WordPress site. This is almost unbelievable, considering I only started this project a month ago and was resistant to sharing publicly.

Thank you again my family. I love you dearly.

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