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Why do I bother with this Story
December 05, 2016

This story can have nothing to say about life today ..... can it?

In the far off days of hugely powerful kings and sometimes even more powerful politicians there was a great treasure hunter. He had the treasure finding instinct to a high degree. Buried hoards of long-lost kings he seemed to be able to see far beneath the ground. The king hired him as court treasure finder and gave him free access to the court and the palace grounds where, it was said, there were many secret treasures. He could come and go as he liked. This arrangement worked well to begin with and the yield was great. The king’s fortune was hugely increased. But the Chief Minister was suspicious and concerned as the treasure finder had, with the possibility of access to important state secrets. So, as a precaution, he had the treasure finder’s eyes put out. From Transforming Tales by Rob Parkinson

by Sophia Yasmeen

    Every thought we think and every action that we take is like a brush stroke on the canvas of our life. Michelangelo said "David was already there in the block of marble before I started carving. All I did was to chip away the marble that was imprisoning the sculpture allowing David to be born" So to it is with our own life. When I step beyond my mind and ego and make myself available to the energy of success, an idea gets hold of me and I feel compelled to let that impulse or energy carrry me along. I get to a point where I realise that I am no longer in charge, that there is a divine force inside me is working through

Sophia is a beautiful writer and I am happily sharing her work in my Feelbetter Newsletter.

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