We’re landed and blooming and our doors are wide open and so is Wisdom Rx!
The day we arrived in Phoenix it was 118 degrees. While unloading the truck and trailer with our beloved friend Jo, who helped us fold blankets and fill our fridge, our excitement for being in our new home overcame the intensity of the heat.
Taking a break that day, we sat surrounded by boxes in our kitchen area and were overwhelmed by the extraordinary stillness that was present. That hasn’t gone away.
Spontaneous means- done by one’s own free choice, or without planning. The textbook definition of “Spontaneous Combustion” is the ignition of a combustible material without the application of external heat or flame.
Our definition is that circumstances combine in our lives to produce a spontaneous ignition that enables us to be, do, allow, and promote the miraculous.
There are 129,864,880 books in the world according to calculations done by Google last August. “Stacked on your nightstand, they’d tower three-and-a-half thousand kilometers in the air,” writes Cathal Kelly in an article from the Toronto Star.
According to our research it seems there are over 16,000,000 civil cases filed in the state courts in America each year. This is not the total number of lawsuits. In each of these cases one party believes they are “right” and the other part is “wrong”. The ideas of right and wrong are part of the fabric that makes up a civil and just society.
However, what happens when the habit of making something wrong with our physical condition, gets in the way of doing what we need to do to thrive and live?