What Wile E. Coyote taught me

My hand got caught in the car door as the door was closed shut. I opened the door and removed my hand before closing it again. I tried not to whine.

For some reason Wile E. Coyote came to mind. I watched this cartoon when I was a kid. It wasn’t anything extra special but I remember Wile E. was always getting smashed up. But, in the next  cartoon, Wile’s form was back to normal, ready to go again, chasing Road Runner.

Cartoons aren’t real, but the idea of normalcy is a reality that is sustainable and desired.

Artists make the cartoons. I decided to let God be my artist. In other words, I didn’t draw the picture of a painful red hand in my head.

I got into the drivers seat of the car and turned on the key. I tested my hand to make sure I would drive safely. Sure enough my hand was fine. The day went on.

From 21st Century Science and Health, “Divine metaphysics, as revealed to spiritual understanding, shows clearly that all is Mind, omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience—that is, all power, all presence, all Science. Hence all is in reality the expressed thought of Mind.”

 

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2 thoughts on “What Wile E. Coyote taught me

  1. Elizabeth Wescott December 1, 2013 at 1:23 pm Reply

    Playful images can do so much to open to Truth. Thanks.

    • Cheryl Petersen December 3, 2013 at 9:02 am Reply

      Your welcome, “playful images” what a nice term.

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