[Edit: This was supposed to published at my usual 6 a.m. However, I evidently didn’t change the time when I scheduled. Brain fog. Anyway, better late than never, right?] Ishould maybe explain how these posts come about. I get an email each morning with an inspiratonal message from “The Universe” courtesy of Tut.com. Some of them hit close to home and I take them to heart. Some of them make me smile. Some of them sound like good advice when it comes to writing. So I give them a title, copy and paste them to a draft post on my blog and save them for later use. This one has been around for awhile and frankly? I have no clue why I called it what I have. Anyway, here’s the message:
While you can’t ever go back and relive past glories, Silver, there are always better ones gathering.
Indeed, Silver, it is written in your genes, your DNA, and chiseled upon the pearly gates of heaven, that whosoever ventures into the jungles of time and space, from that day forward, all things must get better, and better, and better, ad infinitum.
All things considered, I thought we all need to hear this one. I probably should have called it Universal Hope but maybe Universal Edits fits after all–since I need to edit the way I’m viewing things. Also, happy Cinco de Mayo!
Yeah, I wondered why the post to FB was late, but I was late getting up, so it’s all good. My brain isn’t working right now, so I’ll try to make sense of the Universe later.
Happy Cinco de Mayo. (Although, really, I prefer Miracle Whip.) Have a great day!