Thursday, July 21, 2011

The Universe will provide.

I mentioned in my Truth Tuesday post about my struggles in facing the future. A panic attack last night and I was ready to call it off and run to nearby Cluj City to apply for college 100 kilometres from home. It would be so much simpler, I told myself. Sure, not as good in the long run, but easy. 

Thankfully though, I checked myself in time. I went back to all the beliefs I have stored within myself in the past couple of years. I will admit, I watched The Secret again last night. I know it's controversial and people claim it doesn't work. Like it's something that can work/not work, like a trick. It's not like a diet or get-rich-fast book. It's principles that if applied to a personal level harm no one. I don't and never did watch it with a pen and paper.

These ideas do good. They did me good. They make up my philosophic/religious mindset. God/The Universe is not an all-smiting force and doesn't know of the word insufficient and, to actually quote The Secret, what you think about, you bring about.

Obsessing about money issues, language barriers and bureaucratic red tape will not make them go away, and worrying when I'm not even there yet, when nothing relevant can be done, is down right futile. So I fell asleep watching this crazy little movie and woke up serenely confident that there's enough for me too out there.

The Universe will provide.

Just like it provided us with sour cherries and lovely flowers. Look!

Also, shopping has therapeutic effect. But more about that later, and with photographic evidence.


  1. I've never watched The Secret, because I, too had heard bad things about it.
    Have you seen What the Bleep Do We Know? Cause I've seen that one and was thoroughly intrigued.


  2. I hope you are feeling better by now. :)

    The Cat Hag

  3. Super lovely blog!


  4. @ Cad
    lol Dave Chapelle himself did a fine job taking The Secret apart, from what I hear. But I can't say I care. I'm not a fool, I don't think everything in my life will be perfect, but there are ideas presented in there that make perfect sense, and I always thought a more 'universal' approach to spirituality was due. I have not seen that movie, but it's on my list.

    @ The Cat Hag
    Evidently, I do. Thank you for your comment.

    thank you, dear.

  5. Beautiful photos! Cherries are my favorite fruit to eat! And yes, retail therapy always helps too :-) xooxxoo


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