Day Twenty-Nine (29): Uniforms, Forms & Rain

Day TwentyNine (29): Monday, March 29, 2010

29) Turning Your Thoughts Outward

If you have the desire and intention to launch a business, write a screenplay, or build a bridge, invent a better mousetrap, or establish a women’s collective in a Third World country, your thoughts have an outward polarity. The think you hope to manifest is not so much for you as it is an outward expression of something you wish to do or accomplish. Other examples of outward polarity might include creating a beautiful concrete statue and covering it with mosaics for your local community park, establishing an oral history program that links children with senior citizens in your town, starting a new business or nonprofit venture, or even writing a novel or screenplay. Think of these manifestations as your gift to the universe. 

Angela Theresa, whatever you focus on, you will experience.
When you talk about “what is” or “what was,” even if you’re just explaining to a friendly ear, you project more of the same into the future. If you ask more than you give thanks, you’ll believe less in your own power. And if you insist that it’s hard and that you’re lonely, you’ll find that it is, and you are.



Yet, always you can choose to focus on what’s good. 

    The Universe 

This day got away from me, really. In the sense, what I meant to do last night…I had to do today. And really, I didn’t get to it, either.

First, in this awful rain, I had to go to the City Sights office and see my boss, Tim.


He gave me a jacket that once belonged to another Tour Guide. I was hoping for a brand new jacket. Alas, no such luck.

Came home and watched tv, as usual . . . then, finally, a little bit late at night. I did my taxes from a previous year, which have come back to bite my ass. I really need to call some folks.

And then, did have a phone call with the Art Institute…filled out another form and still have two more. This is not going to be an easy week! With work, forms, school, back taxes and Wednesday–memorizing lines. YIKES!

Not thrilled . . . but have to do what one has to do!

Love, Light & Laughter

Angela Theresa 


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