Tuesday, September 8, 2009


Do you get The Universe's daily emails? If not, go forth and sign up. When you get to the website you will see this: "Welcome Supercoolhappylovething!" (At least that's what it says today.) I feel better already. I want to be a supercookhappylovething, don't you? I like it that somebody said I was, even if they don't know me. I'm takin' it.

This is the man behind the message. Thanks Mike.

Here is today's message:

"Did you know, Lynne (your name will be inserted here), that in your gorgeous little planet's entire history, there's never been a drought that didn't end? A storm that didn't clear? Lightning that didn't retreat? An earthquake that didn't still? A flood that didn't recede? Or a plague that wasn't, eventually, overwhelmed by the healthy?

"Now, as a rule, I'm not into odds, statistics, or gambling, Lynne (your name), but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that somethings going on down there; that the deck is clearly stacked; and that you've got friends in some very, very, very high places.


"The Universe"

I am comforted knowing my trials and troubles will end. They may be replaced with new ones but the old ones will end. Hallelujah!

I think I know wrote this advice to me in the "comments" section of one of my posts but I'm not sure so I don't dare say. If it was you, please tell me so I can love you even more. It was something like this: "My daddy used to say, 'if it's not going to matter tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, in five years, then don't let it ruin your today.'" I say that to myself over and over, again and again, sometimes daily. It's good advice. And that Laura, she just let's things/troubles/worries go. How healthy is that? Very. I want to be like that.

This was yesterday's message:

"Young souls get angry at others.Old souls get angry at themselves.But really wise souls, Lynne, have already turned the page.

"Got forever and ever?

"The Universe"

So go forth and sign up for Tut and don't let your todays be ruined. I'll try to take that advice too.


Anonymous said...

blushes... but, thank you for mentioning me...it is a work in progress because i have my bad moments of hanging on to things and letting them control me/my happiness/ sanity...hugs Laura
ps google wont let me sign in this morning hence the anonymous :)

Michael Rawluk said...

A friend used to say "In a hundred years no-one will care about our little problems."

Shan said...

Apparently, Happy Anniversary!!!!!! I only know that not because of you, but because Hillyerie spilled the beans. Thank goodness, I say. I hope you have a dowright delightful day.

Astromom said...

It is good advice, helps with priorities, I still seem to not be able to manage my time. Though our little problems are hard not to see as big ones at the time.

Jessica said...

Actually, yes, I am dealing with a few things I wish I wasn't. Thanks for asking. Sometimes life is pretty hard. And now I'm crying, thank you very much. But you and Tut are right. It will work out. Right?

The Peterson Family said...

Thanks for sharing this. I've decided I need to print it out, frame it and find some way to dangle it from my head so that it's always in my line of sight! Thank goodness the Lord has seen fit to send me some good friends and help cometh in the form of my mother.


Colette Amelia said...

Now darling surely an anniversary deserves cake! Hope you are having a tutterly grand day!

If I had a million dollars I would take you on the tut cruise! Then we could hear the notes in person!

Annette said...

Love the sage advice of the universe and of you and your followers. Now I need to live it!