We all go through our days taking little things for granted. It’s not unusual, it’s not selfish, it’s not necessarily a bad thing either.
Most people don’t notice how fortunate they are until something breaks or needs to be replaced. If you’re blessed, you simply add an errand to your week and go pick up whatever it was that broke. But not everyone has that luxury. And it’s when you take that for granted, that you may need to be reminded of how blessed you really are.
For some people the toaster that broke yesterday can’t be replaced. There’s no such thing as having an extra $20 to pick up a new cheap toaster at the local discount store. Even that $5 toaster at the local Good Will store is out of reach. That $5 maybe all they have in the world right now, and it’s needed for milk and bread to feed their child. There is no such thing as an “extra” anything to waste on something they don’t absolutely need.
It’s amazing how many times I hear about conversations like this text message on the right. It seems when someone is struggling through every day life, even those around them don’t truly understand what they’re going through. Until they talk about little things that they take for granted. Continue reading →
The Ænigma Projectis a discussion group focused on the realm of the supernatural, paranormal and mysterious events that sometimes take place in our lives. Through multiple view points and experiences, we seek to enlighten our listeners and elucidate that which has become hidden beneath the many layers of misunderstanding and fear. The show broadcasts each Monday evening on the Tenacity Radio Network at 9pm Eastern, U.S.A.
Join creator of the show, Paul Cagle and his co-hosts Sushi and Springwolf as we share our research, knowledge, insight and humor. Be part of the Ænigmite Crew and play along with us during our weekly “Truth or Tale” game. You can also add your opinion or thoughts as we wrap up another fun on air evening with the strange or paranormal news of the day.
02/17 Our Topic: Astrology Part 2 Astrology consists of several systems of divination based on the premise that there is a relationship between astronomical phenomena and events in the human world. Many cultures have attached importance to astronomical events, and the Indians, Chinese, and Mayans developed elaborate systems for predicting terrestrial events from celestial observations. We’ll talk about systems from Western, Chinese, Cherokee, Celtic cultures and more!
Stay Tuned for our Up coming shows:
Feb 17th: Astrology Part 2
Feb 24th: Defying Gravity and Belief
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March 3rd: March Free Form Show
March 10th: Religion: Polytheistic vs. Monotheistic