Friday, May 25, 2007

No Accident

I don't believe in accidents. I believe in synchronicity.



Three days ago I was in a bad place. Emotionally speaking I was a wreck. I came to my blogger dashboard and opened a post I'd written a month ago titled This Too Shall Pass concerning the transience of everything. I added a bit to it, tried hard to breathe in my own type-written lesson, I edited it again and pressed "publish". I logged out of my account and went about my miserable day.



Fast forward into the next day, Wednesday, I think. I look at my blog to see if anyone read my new post. Much to my suprise I discovered the post never went public and not only that- it is no longer anywhere in my dashboard. The whole document has disappeared. Now I can't say that I didn't grumble, I did, but I quickly realized perhaps the Universe just needed me to hear my own message and then *kiss it goodbye*.



My blogging friends you'll never get to know the lesson of This Too Shall Pass unless I end up rewriting it. I'm not going to bore you with what was weighing me down, it is enough to know I was hurting. Chances are good that I'm just going to let that subject be, I will accept the fact that I did what I needed to do by reading its content and learning from my own words.



I believe so strongly in the synchronicity of the Universe I feel my message was intercepted by love and light. Do you believe in SYNCHRONICITY??!

8 comments:

Melba said...

Yes, Completely!
I do feel we have the power of choice; we choose the life we have...at the same time I believe we are spiritual beings...that there is something that connects us all...I believe in divine intervention and have evidence of it in my own life and others.

Tam, sorry you had some stuff to deal with.

I am sending you love and light!
XO,
Melba

Leah said...

That's so strange, Tammy because I felt like I did read it, like it made it through to bloglines, but not to your blog. But maybe I'm just imaginging things?

Yes, I absolutely believe in synchronicity. It's one of my favorite things.

((hugs and love to you!))

Tammigirl said...

Wow Leah! That would be amazing if it posted on everyone else's screen but not mine. Amazing.

Thank you Leah, and thank you Melba, you both touch my heart in big ways and it ain't the first time.

Jen said...

I would like to: )

The title sounds familiar to me...
This too shall pass...

well, I've been just in the last couple of days in a hard place too

and just hearing these words as I type them...is nice...

"this too shall pass"

sometimes something goes wrong with my attempts to do something...like publish a post or send an email...
and I think that maybe I have disregarded the message from that...the message that either I might give to it(maybe my intuition which comes from a mix of past and current info I have)...or the message in the synchronicity...and I wonder...did that do me harm...or just waste my time perhaps...for instance, if I just didn't "kiss it good by" but went for a "redo"....

sorry to hear about the miserable day...hope it is getting further in the past...

daisies said...

i am absolutely sure that i read it ~ on my feed reader and it was something that i so needed to hear and its all fuzzy in my brain but it was such a good post and either i clicked on to comment and it wasn't there or i commented. i KNOW that i read it though.

love and hugs!

Tori said...

This is beautiful. I am a true believer in the universe embracing us as we open ourselves to the possiblities. I hope that you are feeling better and that your miserable day will not repeat itself. Know that this blogger friend is sending love and thoughts.

Karen Beth said...

I read your "This Too Shall Pass" post. I commented on it as well. It was beautiful and really resonated with me.

Tammigirl said...

WOW~ Honestly I have been on my site for a while now and still no sign of THIS TOO SHALL PASS>

Thank you to all who read it. What a big lesson for me.