No opinions! Really? Are you kidding me? Do they really want me to keep my opinion to myself? Well this is going to be a whole lot of fun. By fun I mean really, really, really hard. I am very opinionated. Even when I know I am wrong. What I am saying, especially when I know I am wrong. I mean, I must defend my position. My ego will not go down without a fight.
I could not keep my opinions to myself. Hard as I tired, I couldn’t do it. I did manage to catch myself a few times and stop myself in midsentence a few times. I am proud of that. I even made it a mantra. “No opinions, no opinion. I give no opinion. No opinion, no opinion, I have no opinion.” If your reading this blog, try keeping your opinions to yourself for a day. Come back a tell me how it went, I would love to know.
This week and the next two weeks we will be reading Emerson’s Law of Compensation. It is perfectly in line with the master key. Honestly, this is profound. I will continue to read it beyond the next two weeks. In the simplest of terms Emerson’s Law of Compensation is that actions have consequences. He says that the actions (good or bad) and consequences are of the same fruit and you cannot have one without the other. The things the consequences may not happen right away, but they will happen. The other thing is the universe balances itself. Like I said the reading is profound. There is also a Ying and Yang to to it. There is no life without death, good with out evil. More to follow in the coming weeks.