It Started with an Unsearchable Thought
It started with a blog post. Somehow in writing it, I had a new thought.
Seems a good reason NOT to be a thought leader . . . new thoughts arenâ€™t searchable.
That thought caught a conversation about how our thoughts might connect us.
Hi Liz! New thoughts are not searchable because they donâ€™t need to [be]. They have their own little strategy to finding their way to people. I did not use a search to get to your blog. However, I got here and ceased to be a stranger So who cares if you canâ€™t search them? Most of us find new thoughts or are provoked to think exactly when they most need it.
It is about discovering, not being discovered Â« The Organic Leadership Blog
Last night on the telephone, I asked Lorelle VanFossen what she thought. We discussed what we thought about thoughts finding us in the universe. She talked about the “Great Cosmic Muffin,” and she said
You have to write about this in the way only Liz can. It’s important. Don’t leave that thought behind. Send out a new one. Show them how.
It’s hard to say, “no,” to Lorelle.
Do Thoughts Find Us? I Mean Really
I know that, in the past year, I was thinking some thoughts that weren’t the best. What they brought weren’t the best folks or events.
With every knock, I lost a bit of who I am.
I started listening to EVERYONE, but myself.
Each new problem child outdistanced the last.
I can list unhappy endings one by one.
Yeah, it’s a list, and the list gets progressively — exponentially — more detrimental.
If I constantly flinch, isn’t inevitable that I’ll get hit? Why is that?
Are my thoughts on my sleeve? Do they somehow transmit? I have trouble believing that 1, 2, 3, 4 — small, medium, large, extra large — could be all a coincidence. It just doesn’t seem that coincidence is that organized.
When I decided that I’d had enough, when I said, “I’m taking this ‘kick me’ sign off. No more. It’s the end of this rotten stuff,” within hours new things, good things, things I love, started happening. Is that coincidence too?
I think not.
Go ahead, believe whatever your heart will let you.
If right now, I send out this thought on a Saturday, when most folks are out and not reading blogs, will it find you before it normally would?
When I answered Alina’s comment up above, I wrote this descriptive phrase in the comment box.
New thoughts on a mission to find new thinkers.
Liz, that sounds like a pretty good slogan.
Does it mean that a new tagline came to find me and my blog?