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Tuesday, 03 April 2007


Princess Haiku

Sometimes life decides what it will do with us, and how we react is life art form.


Thanks, Princess Haiku, for the reminder to surrender to the process of life. I needed to hear this! I'm reminded of the adage: "It's not important what happens to you; it's how you respond to what happens to you."

Camille Crawford

Hi Shamash,

I realize this post has come and gone a while for you, but I'm a little slow in keeping up. I note also that I've recently discovered your site and I'm so glad. You are an interesting woman whose lived her life in a similar vein to the one I have.
I've been trying to figure out what to do with the rest of my life for... about the whole time I've been alive! LOL. But more specifically, this last year or so. I've finally come to a place where I think 'we ourselves' have to decide what we think is important for us to give to the world. At least that has been my way of coping with this question. I too have a plethora of skills and talents and I've decided what's best is to use what I have in a way that makes me feel good. Selfish perhaps? I don't know, but there doesn't seem to be any answers 'out there'. Learning to listen to my inner voice of wisdom has been the training that I hope to pass on, indirectly, through my words and actions in the future I have left here in this awesome world.
And by the way, you posted this on April 11, 2007, the day I turned 44 :)
Kind regards,

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