"As Every Thread of Gold is Valuable, so is Every Moment of Time."
(from Fortune Cookie)
This post is dedicated to Laura Cerrano for her Feng Shui wisdom. I took this photo from on top a high rise building in Dallas shortly before the pandemic and was reminded: there are golden ribbons around the globe with people moving from place to place, always in a hurry to go somewhere, do more, travel, go to work, and make record breaking time to arrive at meetings without being late. The pandemic put the brakes on all that and I find myself having more time to self-educate. Today, I spend more time at home and less on roads, looking for golden opportunities.
This valuable link from Laura Cerrano on Geopathic Stress gave me pause to read more and become even more self-educated. Therefore, I am paying my respects to Laura for her knowledge and expertise in a subject matter I wasn't aware of until now. Today, I'm even more interested in 5G which is popping up all over! According to research, EMF's are real and so is stress, which is the number one reason why Cancer and other diseases are so vastly dangerous to humans, plants, and animals around the globe.
TIME - Steve Jobs said it best in his famous commencement speech to students:
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
In sum, isn't it funny how life's lessons often come unexpectedly. It may be staring at you in the face, like this view from outside a window; nevertheless, they come according to a time frame that serendipitously is perhaps Divine?
Steve Jobs was no ordinary man. Laura Cerrano is no ordinary woman.