“Now is the time to make the effort.” Methinks I need to “seek the Silence” frequently. This week the years of accumulated mental habits and their outward expressions are really pushing back, mood-wise, at all the positive input of these marvelous principles and practical procedures. Old habit invites me to balk, and I’m tempted. Nevertheless, and more strongly, I feel compelled to carry on. This is a real and rare opportunity–no mistake! I am sure that if I persist the fresh input will gain the upper hand. Correction–I am sure that as I persist the fresh input is rooting, connecting with nourishment, branching out, leafing out, receiving the light of the sun, to flower, fruit, drop more seeds, and so on–whatever moods may come and go. I must simply stay the course, maintain what I have begun and keep building on it as instructed, day by day and week by week. “Seek the silence” Or even better–as Curtis prompted our group this week–seek the “I” in the Silence. Thank you Curtis. “I” can be what “I” will to be. You hear now, Subby? I can Be what I Will to Be!