Mine All Mine!

One of my favorite quotes of all time is “Our Greatest Fear” by Marianne Williamson. I loved it so much that I printed a copy about 3 years ago and pinned it on my bulletin board at work. It stares me in the face every day to remind me that it’s not our inadequacies that should be feared, but our immeasurable power. Being reminded is one thing, believing is another. This has been especially difficult for me considering my years of feeling “just not good enough.” 

Then, as if I were hit by an enormous beam of enlightenment, I happened upon this little tidbit. Can you say Ah Ha moment?  Clearly I have a much easier time resonating with powerful messages when they are broken down into simple concepts, such as turd references. It’s all in the delivery folks.


Life Changing Wisdom

Disclaimer: This message is in No Way meant to encourage abuse of your new-found power by actually going to a water park or any other body of water where large crowds gather in order to get that “I’m the ruler of the world” feeling that you have wanted for so damn long. It’s only a MINDSET. 

I’m not sure if this is common knowledge or not, but approximately 2000 to 3000 people pass through a water park on any given day. So now when I have one of my “I’m not worthy” moments, I’ll just imagine myself standing at the foot of one of those slides with the knowledge that all of those people are one burrito away from being … Mine all mine Mwahahaha!

As we are liberated from our own fear, Our presence automatically liberates others. 
—Marianne Williamson

Liberate yourself and Enjoy the Ride!

20 responses

  1. Love Marianne Williamson… And I have an embarrassing affection for fart and poop jokes… Tried to trick my family with new fake poo numerous times over the holidays, to no avail. They are too used to me.


    1. Turd tricks gone bad are sad. I know you were probably laughing throughout your entire plot. Sounds like you need a new audience…a water park perhaps (hint)


      1. 🙂 My first good laugh of the day. Thanks!


  2. Haha! I’m laughing so hard right now!
    A beautiful message though, I need to start keeping that in mind. We ARE worthy.


    1. Hahahaha Thank you! I was crying when I saw that comic.


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    Somehow I think Ms. Williamson would be cracking up over the comparison to her quote and this comic.. it’s hilarious (on the serious side, she is fabulous)


    1. I know I was cracking up over the comparison…lol! I love her words so much.


  4. Reminds me of the time I found a turd in a public pool when I was a kid swimming. Grossed me out really bad! Back then someone just scooped it out and life went on as usual. However, I was on the blanket the rest of the day!


    1. The good old public pool days. Been there done that too…ugh!


  5. That was so freaking funny!!! You’d think spending so much time with my son that poop jokes wouldn’t make me laugh but that one, that one was a literal laugh out loud 🙂


    1. Thank you! It never gets old around here that’s for sure.


  6. Now, you have to understand that I was taking a break from my Winter Cleaning (screw Spring… that’s too far away), had taken a sip of water to quench my palate and set down my glass. Thank GOODNESS! I would have had water shooting out of my nasal passages and onto the laptop which would have been NO BUENO!

    On another note… bodily functions can be amazingly powerful things. If I eat gluten and dairy together, within the hour I can clear a room of both people AND pets. 😉 Behold the power of cheese (and my colon)!


  7. I have all of her books on my shelf and you’ve just inspired me to reach up and place them on my bedside table. She’s such a beacon. Thanks…


  8. Yes, I like to find remembrance through everyday events, too. Breaking the concepts down to the ordinary makes them much more accessible to me. Like that image! 😉 xoxoM


  9. I have never, EVER fired a live round of ammunition at another person. I have never, EVER pointed a weapon at another person, even while re-enacting. I have never used ANY form of weapon on another person.
    But when I sit on the front porch and clean my WW1-era Lee-Enfield rifle, you’d be AMAZED how many people are VERY cheery, calling out happy greetings! (It works with a sword, too, for those of you who don’t like firearms. 😉 )


  10. Perhaps this is why I’ve avoided water parks since Caddyshack.


  11. Priceless. Elyse beat me to the punch on Caddyshack – beware of Baby Ruth bars in pools…


  12. Reblogged this on cftc10.


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