And Now, A Stream of Mind-Blowing Thought To Counteract the Blase Activities of Summer

From Adriana’s journal again: The Magoo Theory of Super-Lucky Living. This strikes a concept in religion of how important spiritual sensitivity is in everyday life, not just when we want stuff badly enough to listen intently. The small nudge of, “You should take another way home from work today” could be important; you could meet a guy who asks you out on a date who then gives you a lead to your dream job. And you never would have met him had you not followed that nudge to walk down this street instead of that one.

Of course, the next natural theological question is, “Now, Kate, do you believe in luck?” And That sends me into a brief plunge of deep philosophical-theological-like-thinking. Whew.


About The Original Kate

Along with artistic tendencies, Kate enjoys unusual people and is constantly striving for some sort of nonconformity. Kate offers a perspective that is thoughtful but well-written and full of images within the words. Other tidbits that might intrigue: she has very long auburn hair, and, you guessed it, her favorite color is orange.

Posted on August 12, 2006, in From Rabid-Mormon Land Known As Utah. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. There’s a kid that I go to school with who put out a CD last year, a lot of soft rock, folky kind of stuff. Good for mellow afternoons with a cup of tea and a cat. Anyways, his name is Noah Lawrence and he has this song called “The Hope” that has a line that I thought of as soon as I finished reading your entry and the link within it.

    “They say decisions that seem tiny when you make them
    Change the whole world you’re heading to
    If a butterfly could flap its wings and shape the cosmos
    I could have rubbed my eyes and not seen you”

    It’s a really beautiful song. If you want, I’ll make you a copy of the CD or send you a couple of tracks or something. Let me know. (If you want me to mail anything you’ll have to e-mail me your address again, I don’t have it anymore)

  2. I love to think about what little things we do make the big things happen and some we never will know about. Life is filled with tiny paths that shape the big path we are on. Theres a theory out there that says everyone is connected by a string of 6 strangers…now that is just a crazy thing to think about too.

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