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September 14, 2004

Hugging a Dead Fish

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My computer is doing something weird and I just lost this whole entry . I must not succumb to the temptation to rant.

In an attempt to improve the negative effect on my vibration that the current administration has had , I shall try to hug a dead fish, so to speak. Esther Hicks channeling Abraham would approve. She would say that you are in control of your own thoughts, no matter what is going on around you, and that your thoughts determine what you attract. That is true empowerment. Here goes.

Perhaps we need more evil, darkness and hatred in the world as contrast, in order to help us develop a more intense desire for peace, light and love.

If this is indeed the case, then someone needs to do the dirty deed. W is really enjoying the role, so far, wielding power for the first time in his life. We can be grateful to him for elucidating the thoughtless face of evil so clearly.

As the consequences of our behavior as a nation become apparent, we will better be able to see that everything in the world is connected.

If I continue to feel as vitriolic as I do now about the administration, I am only adding more turbulence to the system. I have caught the disease of hatred, as the Buddhists would say.

"What's good for General Motors , is good for the nation" In an attempt to find out who said that, I ran across some business quotations , which made me feel more hopeful about the corporate community in general

Harvard Business School is putting a new emphasis on ethics in it's admission process and it's curriculum. This wasn't the case when W matriculated. Perhaps our new corporate leaders, as a result, will be more altruistic and ethical, less self serving and sleazy (NSFW}.

I could stick one of those ubiquitous yellow ribbons on my bumper that says "Support Our Troops". Who doesn't support our troops, by the way? It's the policies that are the problem.

Photo note: Perfect costume for a fish hugger, right. Obviously, I asked this gentleman's permission to shoot. "Wanna pose with your fish?" I neglected to get his email address in the excitment of the moment. The fish, for the record , is a striped bass, weighing 38 pounds.

Posted by Dakota at September 14, 2004 06:19 AM