I started this day, by reading this quote from Abraham Hicks.
“Hard work is not the path to Well- Being. Feeling good is the path to Well-Being. You don’t create through action; you create through vibration. And then, your vibration calls action from you.”
All day long I paid attention to my vibration.
At home, I tried to spend time with the M-Cats. I did chores that made me feel more organized, and serene.
On my daily walk, I focused on the beautiful trees, and the host of Robin birds that escorted me to pick up my lunch.
My usual haunt was closed for Passover, so I walked over to Metropolitan Avenue , and decided to patronize an old favorite, Dee’s; an Italian/ Brick Oven establishment which has returned to it’s original address. In case you were wondering, I have not given up bread for Passover.
I have other dietary challenges to deal with, having become a Vegan a few months ago. As for religious rituals…I have come to shy away from almost all of them…that is a conversation for another time. Today it’s about being happy!
So back to Dee’s…it has moved it’s location twice, and finally came back to where it first started. The high ceilings and art work are fun to look at, but I wasn’t there long enough to pull out my camera. Actually, as long as Dee’s has it’s original chef, I am happy….and that’s the point Abraham was making. She (Esther .Hicks/Abraham) said it in her daily quote, and on her lastest video, which I watched last night
Today’s entry was supposed to be about my sketch pad…
and “Being Happy” or “Getting Happy”
On my way home, I munched on fattening Italian bread. For some reason I need to fill my senses up today. My taste buds know it’s spring too! Everything tastes fresh. I am proud of myself. I did not fall prey to the pot-roast as my brother’s seder the other night. Todays’s Italian bread was not whole wheat….
“Purrogress not Purrfection”, as Maynard The Maine Coon is fond of saying.
When I felt my thoughts veering off course, I consciously shifted my focus, back to happier thoughts.
The Big Girl
All images used on this site are copyrighted to Robin Amy Bass unless otherwise noted and may not be used without my written permission. Please ask if you are interested in purchasing one as a print, or to use in a print or internet publication.