Tuesday Apr 29, 2008

The Brass Ring

We’ve all been there. If only we could go back in time and right a wrong—one of our own doing.

To feel regret without an act of contrition that addresses remorse in some meaningful way is disingenuous and a victim’s game.

While the soul is perfection, we are not—which is a debated topic. As an artist, my dharma is to reflect truth; I leave perfection to consciousness, which does not require our help.

So, when the next opportunity to right that wrong reveals itself, grab the brass ring and burn away the karma that has been dragging you down.

Any time I’ve been able to set right a wrong, I feel lighter.

Posted by Marta on 04/30 at 09:25 PM from on my sofa in texas.

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