1. I am not the victim of the world I see.
2. I have invented the world I see.
3. There is another way of looking at the world.
4. I could see peace instead of this.
5. My mind is part of God’s. I am very holy.
My plans to meet up today with a buddy from the AHA Ignite (2005)course to check our progress on our goals was called off, allowing me the time to work on the novel – a goal for this year, and part of the overall big goal. I’m inching toward the finish. 279 pages, 70, 500+ words as I write, and hopefully a few more added before I crawl between the sheets tonight.
I went to the High St today, and, with today’s lessons in mind, looked into the faces of people as they passed me by. One or two smiled back at me, most looked away, and some were unaware of my presence, so caught up were they with what was going on in their heads. They did not look happy with whatever was going on in their heads. So, I thought, if I’m going to invent a world to see, why not invent one that like. So I pretended the sun was shining, the pavements were beaches and the globules of chewing gums were limpet shells. I walked with a spring in my step and my umbrella held high.