My holiday wish for all of you is that you find, every single day, something special that fills your heart with gratitude. May it be something wonderful that, no matter how dire things seem around you, or how worrisome the world looks at this given moment, the joy of your thanksgiving overflows and fills your life with light and hope.
Recovery and Return I apologize that issues of Creature Thoughts have fallen by the wayside. Since Ryder’s cancer diagnosis, life revolves around him, and I haven’t really been able to get things back on track. This month, therefore, I’ll just send an update, and hope that by next month, things will be more calm, and…
July’s creature thoughts is going to be a bit different. We have once again had our family life derailed. Many of you already know what is going on, but I’m sending out July’s newsletter to catch my friends up to speed, and to ask for your good thoughts for Ryder, and for our family.
“How do I get my cat to stop scratching?” is a question I have heard quite a few times over the years. My answer? “You don’t.”
That’s not a fatalistic outlook speaking. You don’t get a cat to stop scratching, because scratching is absolutely essential for a cat’s mental and physical health.
For as long as there has been human culture, that culture has had a strong association with the animals with which we share our world.
“Everything in life is vibration.” — Albert Einstein
Or, even more dramatically:
“Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.” ― Albert Einstein
Okay, I think we can all agree that Mr Einstein was a pretty smart guy. If he says that everything is vibration, and that, when broken down to the most baseline truth, there is no matter, that sure gives us something to think about.