Since I began blogging this past year, it’s been such a joy to discover cat inspired artwork all over the world. I am amazed every day by the unending inspiration that the feline form (and temperament!) provides. Although I love so much of the art I find, certain cat artists quickly became favorites – and…
I had an insight while meditating. (Better get used to it, if you’re reading regularly). First, a Bible passage sprang into my mind.
The steps of a righteous person are ordered by the Lord. Psalms 37:23
And then this thought.
If your steps are ordered – guided, approved, meaningful – then doesn’t it make sense to take a lot of them? Instead of just praying vehemently and waiting for your desired things to fall into your lap, to go out into the world and do your part, as part of the universe, in making it so? A lot of ordered, guided steps!
Very like Steve Pavlina’s posts on massive action, and the comments of those wiser than I on adherents of the Law of Attraction who think it sufficient to achieve the ‘correct vibration’, without going out and doing, going after what they want. Like the universe is going to dump a Porsche and their soulmate in their laps, right there at home. Vibration is movement, people, by definition! Vibration is action! It’s taking steps! (Divinely ordered ones, of course.)
The Universe is in motion, and you are part of the Universe. If you want it to bring you what you desire, you’d better remember that you form part of the machinery that can actually do that. Little cog, get moving!
I expected a little more from this than I actually got – it felt as if at any moment a profound epiphany might appear, but that promise was never quite made good. Still, I did enjoy it. The best thing was reading about Tyler’s love of nature and animals, which felt deeply real. His opinions and reading about the anthropomorphization of animals in human culture was especially interesting – more so than his personal relationships, really. I found his issues with his older brother’s sexuality a bit tacked-on and not really credible. Still a worthwhile read though.