Friday, December 19, 2008


DO YOU HAVE A MESSAGE FOR ME?

I read the book, The Celestine Prophecy a LONG time ago - barely remember anything about it except the notion that when we keep bumping into people, it's because they have a message for us, and we might as well just come right out and say, "What's your message for me?"

Or something like that. That's my dim recollection of the book. And since then I've tried to remember that, that there is a reason why we "accidentally" keep hearing from, or seeing, the same "random" person.

This has been happening (again) to me lately. One person keeps "popping up." We've never met, but we know some of the same (significant) people.

Finally, yesterday, having a strong sense she would "get it," I just e-mailed to ask, "Do you have a message for me?"

And she did.

Wow.

Note to self: Don't wait so damn long before asking next time.


* Photo from http://thevoiceofwarning.com

11 comments:

Wanda said...

I've never read The Celestine Prophecy.

How serendipitously, fortuitous.

:)

Deb said...

So cool! I hope you'll share the rest of the story.

No accidents. It always seems to come to that, doesn't it?

Robin said...

So did you ask straight out or hint? I wish I could be so brave.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Hey......don't pull a cliff hanger on your blogger buds!! :) Glad you got in touch. You seem to walk a guided path.

Jenny said...

I love your outlook on life. Glad you got your message!

Wanda said...

OMHOAG...I am seriously embarrassed about that extraneous comma between my adverb and adjective. If I could edit it, I would.

Carrie Wilson Link said...

Wanda - I have a message for you: "There are bigger fish to fry, my friend!"

WENDEE HOLTCAMP said...

So what was the message! Maybe I need to hear that message. That was my thought when I read your post!! :)

marge said...

Very cool Carrie. I hope the message was good. Did u have any idea what the message was going to be?

Jerri said...

Fascinating. Sure wish we got the message, too.

Rev. Christine said...

I am so grateful I met you at Wordstock this year. You inspired me to blog again and I truly enjoy reading yours. I agree there are no accidents in the Universe!!