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Date: 12/3/2014 8:27 PM PST
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Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answer.
Date: 1/29/2014 10:27 PM PST
About 20 years ago, around this time of year, I was going
through my very first breakup with a boyfriend.
As many can relate, the first can often times be the hardest, and that was
definitely the case for me. However,
when I now look back on that time in my life, the heartache isn’t what I
remember as much as certain small details.
One such detail is that my ex would every winter wear a big blue jacket
with the GIANTS logo across the back.
Once we broke up, all I kept seeing everywhere I went that winter were
guys wearing this jacket. It drove me
bananas! Having just moved to New York
City and juggling my catering jobs with dance classes, auditions and
rehearsals, I was running around the city and using the subway a lot. So whenever I dropped a token (yes, we had
tokens back then folks) into a subway turn stile, I was guaranteed it meant
there would be a spotting of some guy wearing that Giants coat. Little did I know back then I was getting a
big lesson in how co-creation and the law of attraction work. As I was focusing on the lack of this person
in my life, the universe was kindly bringing forth a visual cue to match my emotional
Date: 12/18/2013 4:02 PM PST
During my daily commute this year, I’ve had
the fortune of experiencing the song and sound of some extremely talented musicians I had not heard before on the
street or in the subway. As I’ve been
reflecting on some of the things I’m grateful for this year, those moments of
enjoying the offerings of these artists have come to mind. One day an African drummer joined us on the
shuttle train and sang from the depths of his soul unlike any drummer I’d heard
before. He didn’t just have skillful and
clever technique, but his soul was singing to us with such gratitude and joy,
even those possessed by their electronic gadgets were forced to look up and pay
attention. Another time a gentle spirit
of a singer/songwriter offered commuters
a tender melody he had written that once again got the attention of
everyone on the train. Then there was
the day an opera singer presented a voice that was so moving people were
actually following him off the train, telling him he belonged on a much grander
stage than a dumpy subway car.
Date: 10/8/2013 10:32 AM PDT