JORDANELLE RESERVOIR OVERLOOK, UT—I made camp last night up in the Uinita National Forest. It’s a beautiful area along the Mirror Lake scenic byway in Utah (SR 150), especially with all the aspens turning from green to yellow to red. I love the freedom this van offers—no pre-planning, just go wherever you want, and camp wherever your van will fit.
With no internet connection and no distractions, it gave me time to think about this new idea I’ve been wrestling with—an idea that has nothing to do with spirituality, Mystical Oneness or students (ergo the dilemma).
I wouldn’t be much of a Mystic though, if I were to ignore Her whispers of late:
- The last paragraph of this post by my buddy Glenn Morrissette (he doesn’t know what I’m contemplating)
- And then this post of his right after
- And then this post on CNN, the first article to appear in my news feed when I got online this afternoon
Translation: From the Eternal perspective (a Mystic’s “95 year-old Wayne”), what’s the risk? Unexpected example of verbal abuse. Unexpected example of physical abuse.
That’s loud enough for me.
My idea has to do with abuse and what I hope is a practical way of curbing it.
A way that anyone can apply.
A way that starts from within.
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