Where Silence Leads Us

It's a new day, and after spending most of yesterday afternoon resting, this morning has carried me to an immersion in knowledge... I did some reading and found my way into studying about some research at Harvard about happiness and how when we give ourselves many choices, we actually experience a diminished sense of happiness and a heightened sense of doubt. But when we "put the whole self in" and really engage in our choice, not looking back at how things used to be, we find the choice we have made to be the perfect and best choice. Interesting, don't you think?

Found in a letter written by Myrtle Fillmore, dated 1891...
"My dear, you ask why you do not enter into the understanding you so desire. I will tell you. You are already in it. But you think you have some great thing to do to get there. The kingdom of God is within you. All you need to do is be still and know."