Walkabout 2002 – Agent of Change?

I have recently had a thought that gives me pause. I have always said that I was an agent of change, that I brought the energy of change with me wherever I went. And this has been true as I look back over my life. Thus, I have assumed that it was in my very nature for this to be the case. This has caused me to be more than a little depressed on occasion because it seems to be a fatal flaw for having a steady, stable life.

So here’s the thought I had. What if it’s not my nature? What if it’s merely something that I became so accustomed to with moving all the time and my parents divorcing when I was young, that I just picked it up and carried it with me, assuming that this was just normal for me? What if I could put it down and pick it up at will and choose a life that was not thrown around by this factor? What would that mean? Sitting in the soup on this one. (Update 2013 – Nope.  It’s my nature.  Just is.)

On another note, it looks like staying at Greg’s is out. I’ll be scrambling for a place to stay for tonight, so if you read this and would like to have me come over, give me a shout on my cell phone.

On another another note, Thanksgiving is set and I have a place to stay in Cincinnati – yay! Then on to the timeshare (anyone want to go?) I’ve gotten no responses so I may be there alone! Come, keep me company, no charge! Free vacation (other than travel expense). It’ll be fun! I promise!  (Update 2013 – Yet again – I missed the irony of having asked for time alone and then begging people to join me in it.)

That’s it for now – catch ya later!


*  This is part of an ongoing series of posts detailing what happened on a spiritual pilgrimage that I took in 2002.  To start from the beginning, go to July 2, 2013.  To see the entire spiritual journey as it gets published, click on the category “You Want Me To Do WHAT?!!?” to see all of the posts.  


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