Tuesday, 1 December 2009

The Hat of the Matter

As I was walking through the local park, I came across a man I usually see in the park.

After I said hello he said, "Aren't you cold without a hat?"

"No, as long as I've got my coat and scarf, I'm OK," I said.

"Most of our heat is lost from our head, you know."

"That's what they say," I said. "I've had my hair short for many years and I'm used to it."

"That's amazing!" he shook his head and walked off.

Although my coat has a hood, I either put it on just for fun or if it's raining and I can't be bothered to put my umbrella up. Other than that, I don't bother with hats. As I see it, hats are just fun items of clothing that make me look good or if I'm trying to make a statement. Maybe if I was living in the North Pole, I might see things differently.

The hat of the matter is, excuse the pun, is that it's all about what one believes to be true. If I shared my friend's belief about exposing my head to the elements, I would probably need to wear a hat to protect myself. It's interesting though that my friend had short hair and he didn't have a hat on. I guess as a woman I'm supposed to have longer hair; I've never been one to follow the norm anyway.

As I see it, I don't like in the UK or on Earth, I live and have my being in and as Love/Spirit/Mind. In other words, all that I am experiencing are Infinite Mind in infinite manifestations.

Since there is nothing but Infinite Love that fills all space, there is no other law to oppose Love. That's why I don't believe in any such idea of losing heat from my head. There is nothing but Love inside and outside of me. That, for me, is the real Heart of the matter.

Thank you, friend, for your concern as I can see you were loving me in your own way. It's just that your way is not my way.

Love is all there is.


Related articles: Ascension - the Game of Snakes and Ladders; Is Love the Greatest?; Is the World Within or Without?; Love's Omnipresence; Where Do You Live?; Don't Believe the Hype!; Good Intentions; Harmless Fun; Living on My Own Planet; A Fun Reminder