Margaret Alice Second

Freshman - 1,947 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Feelings Converging In Wonderful Passions [REVISED]

An episode of Good Luck Charlie* makes me realise I need
to reread ‘The Enchanted Garden’; would be best to read
‘A Little Princess’ right afterwards, then Anastasia series –
stories for younger children add more joy to my life than
any other thing, reduce my fears, give me dreams for a
winsome sparkle in the eye

Though real life is strange in my dreams I’m an idealist –
investing belief in William James, American philosopher,
Ayn Rand, author of The Fountainhead, Seth presented
by Jane Roberts, Abraham as conveyed by Esther Hicks –
that the universe is benevolent, formed by a universal
loving, intelligent energy; that selfish rationalism and

Pragmatism imply ALL accepting responsibility for all
that ever happened to them; wonderful warmth of this
view leads to proliferation of all good things, though at
times I consider what doesn’t fit the little world that I
constructed to be safe and kept out a cold world of
cynicism while sculpting world view where harmony

Beauty, rhythm and music are the important aspects
of an art world where eclectic and idiosyncratic views
exist side by side because it all comes down to personal
taste and feelings converging in wonderful passions…

*Good Luck Charlie and two episodes of Wizards of
Waverley Place – programmes on the Disney Channel

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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