Saturday, March 17, 2007

Endless possibilities

I am truly excited at the thought of endless possibilities. There are no boundaries. I guess sometimes the only limit to what we can truly become is our imagination. I read an old entry I wrote in my blog (and it is good to be reminded) that the blueprint of our lives start with our thoughts and ideas. What you believe to be true can become so indeed. Because we unconsciously give it energy to take form. And the universe will follow through. Whatever it is that we think of. In my own daily pondering, I guess also from my limited experience, these thoughts came about. I believe in the concept of "mantra" the thing you repeat constantly will "be". This can either be positive or negative. But what is it there to lose if I try to be positive more often?

We had dinner at BC (barangay culiat) with good friends. It was a night of many conversations. It was good to hear Alan S. share about his recent insights about "what makes our present." An unconventional answer is the "future." The things we anticipate affects our present moment. It was a long conversation and maybe I will share it in a future post.

One insight is about Ash Wednesday, during this time of Lent, we are reminded "from dust to dust" from nothing we became something, someone and many many more possibilities.


Sidney said...

My will shall shape the future. Whether I fail or succeed shall be no man's doing but my own. I am the force; I can clear any obstacle before me or I can be lost in the maze. My choice; my responsibility; win or lose, only I hold the key to my destiny.
-Elaine Maxwell-

Daisy said...

Hi Sidney,

Thank you very much for sharing Elaine Maxwell's words :O) it is inspiring to receive comments from fellow bloggers :O) You have a great blog at Sari sari store thanks for letting link to your blog!

God bless!

Honey Oliveros said...

Dearest D, I'm so happy to hear that you got present to possibility - anything and everything truly is possible! God Himself promises that, and He's never broken a promise yet!

Miss you, was so wonderful having the family D over...I'm looking forward to you and Amats and Isay having all your fondest possibilities fulfilled!

Daisy said...

Dear Honey

Thanks for inviting us to that wonderful dinner. We picked up alot from the conversations.

Indeed there are so much more possibilities than I can imagine.

See you soon sis