Comparitive Religion and Mythology

Joseph Campbell's books opened my eyes as to how there are these common threads that run throughout time and various cultures creating this wonderful tapestry of humanity and belief. These commonalities seem to me to be a possible foundation for a peaceful existence between diverse cultures. These timeless tales that are retold and remolded, but carry with them the time valued lessons that we all can apply to our lives today are to be celebrated. My favorite quote and now an anthem in my own life is for us "to follow your bliss." I feel that now that I am truly committed to doing what I love; that I am more at peace and less stressed than with any career path I've ever chosen. I highly recommend such a decision to anyone searching for happiness in their life.

2rose 2rose
1 Response Feb 18, 2009

Try This???<br />
Remember to treat others the way you wish to be treated. <br />
Start practicing some real deep self-Love. ( From the inside out) <br />
You have the Breath of Life and Love inside you honor it. <br />
Remember to Love, Protect and Share it for yourself & others. <br />
Do the same for the Temple (your body) your Breath of Life & Love resides within. <br />
Once you accomplish this the universe will forgive your transgressions.<br />
Your life will take on better choices and outcomes.<br />
If Love does not reside in the self can you expect others to Love you???<br />
Keep trying Your Creator has things in control more than you think. <br />
Much Love & HUGS, livingwell