Monday, August 9, 2010

The Tao and a Tasty Treat

"Let the world unfold without always attempting to figure it all out. Let relationships just be, for example, since everything is going to stretch out in divine order. Don't try so hard to make something work...simply allow. don't always toil at trying to understand your mate, your children, your parents, your boss, or anyone else, because the TAO is working at all times.When expectations are shattered, practice alowing that to be the way it is. RELAX, let go, allow, and recognize that some of your desires are about how you think your world SHOULD be, rather than how it IS in that moment. Become an astute observer, judge less and listen more. Take time to open your mind to the fascinating mystery and uncertainty that we all experience."

Thank you Dr. Wayne Dyer, for the above passage. Early mornings are a good time to read. They can set the tone for your day. And sometimes, when you wake up already "stressing" about the day ahead of you, reading something that appeals to you (self help books, poetry, the bible, affirmations) will make everything "line up" a bit better for you. Try it sometime.

a tasty treat from yesterday afternoon;

Chorizo chicken sausage sauteed in butter with sliced fresh fig. Served over 2 thin slices of pao de queijo and 2 little slices of drunken goat cheese.


Primal Mama said...

Thanks for the well-timed quote. I just read The Power of Intention but still need to remember to put everything into practice:)

Anonymous said...

Absolutely DELICIOUS!!!!! YUM!

Marc said...

Great book! We have plenty of time to get it right. One day at a time. Keep going!

Thank you so much ;-)

Razmatazz said...

just wanted to say thank you for posting that quote...I really needed to read that today! Been stressing about something the past couple days, and it really gave me perspective, and made me remember i need to just relax, and go with the flow! :)