Small steps…

From Sue…

The Silent Eye

“I need to do something.” Clinging to a lifestyle in which they felt themselves to be stuck, the person concerned said that a change was needed… a break in the pattern of their days, for to break just one link in a chain is to break free of it. But where to start? What if it wasn’t enough? The fear of failure was holding them back from taking even the smallest step forward that could potentially change everything.

I know that feeling. I imagine that most of us have felt it at some time in our lives. Change and failure can be two of the scariest monsters we have to face and maintaining even a painful status quo can feel like a far better option than scaling a mountain of fear. Still, you never know what you can do until you try…and you cannot take a second step until you…

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Dear Wen: Omar…

From Sue and Stuart

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

14 sept 404Dear Wen…
Ah Omar, he of the cloth bedecked head and wisdom of the serpent.
Do we know aught of the traditions of the loose fitting turban I wonder?
The calendar of course is altogether another ‘kettle of fish’.
(Nice word ‘kettle’. Is it linked to ‘catch’ I wonder).
Can a civilisation ever really transcend its conception of the calendar and hence the motion of the heavens?
I very much doubt it.
All of which means, my dearest Wendolina, that where the heavens are concerned we, as a fledgling civilisation, are saddled with the grossest inaccuracies…
‘We dive… down!” …A reference to the ‘Song of the Siren’ if ever there was one. The light of the Sun is too great which is why we need a vessel to contain it. Our vessel currently is the earth which has to become a ‘body of light’…

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