Thursday, June 17, 2010


This one's for you, Rene! Happy travels. Enjoy!

The other day, while checking my bug traps, I happened to look up. I look up a lot during the day but this time I must have looked in a different direction or something because there, in the tree was the most unusual thing I have ever seen while doing this job: a rock. Rocks don't belong IN the tree; they are usually on the ground. This rock looks like it has become a permanent fixture in this giant fig tree. Rene: do you know which fig tree I am talking about? It is the one where the Community Garden used to be years ago. Melanie has talked about her tree looking like Ganesha. I think this one might resemble Ganesha also. Ganesha, scooping up a rock with his tusks. Did you know that Ganesha is "widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles?" Before me lies the opportunity to not just "see the rock" but "see the message IN seeing the rock! My eyes are wide open to the possibilities. Karen, I know you will appreciate this, especially after what you posted the other day.

Has anyone else seen anything unusual these days?

"...should you decide (make no mistake about this, it is a choice) to have a mind that's open to everything, then you'll act upon that inner energy, and you'll be the creator as well as the recipient of miracles wherever you are. You will experience what Walt Whitman meant when he wrote, "To me, every cubic inch of space is a miracle." Dr. Wayne Dyer


  1. That does look like an elephant trunk (or tusks)!

  2. its a rock, that thinks its a bird...i may be able to get in on the ground floor of a new therapy...smiles.

  3. yes, an elephant tusk. love this writing, realization. i think i will see an elephant in a tree this week too. well, i want to. I want to join the Ganesha fun.

  4. This is really unusual. I wonder how long its been like's a miracle. I love Wayne Dyer's quote.

  5. Hi Teri!
    Yes I DO know the fig tree you mean! I love seeing things like that.


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