Saturday, October 25, 2008


"Most of us have grown up in a culture where there is definitely something wrong when things do not turn out the way we expect them to. If it wasn’t that way for us at home, it most likely was that way at school. Consciously or unconsciously, we have been acculturated to believe that there is a way that life should be, and if it isn’t that way, there is something wrong with us, with those around us, and with life itself. Letting go of this concept can be challenging, for we have also come to believe that change occurs when something is so wrong we can no longer stand it. We want you to consider that there is power in realizing that change can be initiated at any time, and nothing needs to be “wrong” in order to actualize change."

Thinking about this excerpt from
Sacred Commerce: Business as a Path of Awakening
by Matthew & Terces Engelheart, owners of Cafe Gratitude.

Plus, a video by artist Rima Staines...see more about her at her blog The Hermitage.

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