“Please, don’t worry so much, because in the end, none of us have very long on this earth. Life is fleeting, and if you’re ever distressed, cast your eyes to the summer sky, and the stars that strung across the velvety night, and when a shooting star streaks through the blackness turning night… into day… make a wish. Think of me. Make your life spectacular. I know I did.”
One of my fondest memories of time spent with my mother was watching Robin Williams during an interview on TV. I don’t remember what show he was on, but oh do I remember the laughing. My mom and I laughed so hard that we could hardly breathe! Needless to say, Robin took over the interview and went wildly funny with his genius ad-lib comedy. I hope she gets to laugh with him again now. Laughter is so important. I remember the laughs as well as the tears, and the laughs are always preferable - so laugh a lot, as often as you can, and share it with your children.
Rest in Peace Dear Robin Williams. Thank you for sharing so many memorable verses of your life with us. I’m so sorry that this earth was too cruel and torturous a place for you to remain with us. You will be missed.
I was fascinated by this so not only did I reblog this post from AncientPeoples, but I also did a bit of research and wrote a bit more about it, which you can find on my blog at Surviving the Circus of Life.
My main although slightly sarcastic point was - why not let the bowl catch all negativity instead of just a “named” evil. :)
My serious point was how fascinating it is to study ancient cultures and religions, and I provided a link to more research regarding the discovery of many of these bowls.
WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER WHEN YOU ARE IN A BAD MOOD?
The smell of lavender essential oil always makes me feel better, calmer, and just happier in general. If I’m in a really bad or frustrated place, then a shot of Hiram Walker Peach Schnapps is magical. Lavender and peaches, what more can you ask for?