A funny thing happened. We had been getting dumpster food the whole way, eating very luxuriously & extravagantly & healthily. But one day we were jonesing for snacks. Denise said we should think about something that’s more healthy this time, since there’s such an abundance of bad junk food. So I said the first thing that popped into my mind: “Garden of Eaten Blue Corn Tortilla Chips, maybe with salsa.” We kind of laughed, because it was so specific and I wasn’t sure why that brand specifically came to mind. About 20 minutes later we hit a dumpster in a small Idaho town. Right on top of all the food was a sealed bag of Garden of Eaten Blue Corn Tortilla chips. And all around it was an abundance of food, including salsa and packets of vegan chili and tomatoes & other vegetables. Funny thing, I’ve never found blue corn chips in any dumpster before, much less that brand.
Denise and I then talked about prayer and manifestation. The odd thing about prayer is that you don’t decide something and pray for it. You tap into what already is and state it. Or, rather, what already is taps into you. You simply submit to the will of the universe and decide that whatever comes is good. You simply state what is. But it appears to folks around you that you are commanding God to give you something, when in actuality you are simply stating what already is destined to be. You are submitting to God, God isn’t submitting to you. God isn’t a genie in a bottle, and nothing is to be forced and nothing to be desired. But as time goes you realize that in the greater picture you and God are one – one will. True prayer is a statement of the splendor of What Is, not desire of what will be. Give us this day our daily bread. No worry of tomorrow’s bread.