Friday, August 10, 2012

Just Say Yes

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A solo fishing pole runs towards the lake, taking with it a sneaker clad little boy, holding on to a tackle box.  He looks back often, smiling at an older guy who takes his time to catch up.  It is a chilly morning.  Dark clouds announce the coming rain and this fishing trip will either be a short one or a wet one.  It’s not the weather that’s in that young boy’s head, it’s the fishing.

Threatening weather, illness or discomfort stops many adventures.  When young children are involved it’s different again.  Through their eyes, the world becomes a playground.  In “Yes Man”, Jim Carrey discovers what he’s been missing with “No”, and falls in love.


It’s easy to say no.  There are so many valid reasons – not enough time, not enough money, not enough guts, not enough knowledge.  It all comes down to lack, which in this world is the physical expression of fear.

I began saying yes in 2008, after seeing this movie.  Eventually my children caught on and we ate a lot of pizza and ice cream for awhile.  I joined some organizations I wouldn’t have normally.  I began writing in earnest.  I write this blog because 4 years ago I said yes.

The anti-drug campaign in the schools around here is titled “Just Say No”.  Once I remembered the Law of Attraction, I noticed the futility of that.  A great way to attract anything is to surround it in a big red circle and include the word “NO!”  What we resist persists.

Life is supposed to be fun and we have forgotten.  That little boy with his dad or uncle is making a memory; the rain is just mixed in with the story and was never the point.  Both will pass quickly, making way for the next moment.


Just say yes.  Practice for our next moment.  Ascension or The Shift or The End Times or the Event or whatever we call it, it’s a new adventure.  How are we going to let go and fully experience this massive change if we can’t get out of the house?

We’ve chained ourselves in imaginary bonds of fear.  This was a deliberate act, perpetrated by those who would enslave us.  We are not slaves, we are light workers.  Our light dissolves these invisible chains, our love sets us free.

Realize in every moment the power you hold.  Look up!  We are all around you, waiting to meet your gaze.  One of us has to begin; it may as well be you.  Even going to the grocery store can be a blast when the trip includes some love.  That’s the whole point!  We are not just background and scenery while you “get your work done”. 

We are your work!  Look around, smile, and connect.  It’s incredible how that lifts you up.  Say yes, and watch your world conspire to create more for you to love.

Our purpose is expansion.  We are here to evolve.  We came to love.  It starts with yes.

We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.


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