On Sunday, July 2 I referenced a bit of wisdom I picked up while serving at First Unity of St. Petersburg. It's the counter to the dreaded "Murphy's Law" that too many people have taken to heart. This one is called "Charlie's Law," and I invite you memorize it, take it to heart, and share far and wide:
by Charles H. Ware, PhD
Everything turns our right... when you let it.
If you need something, it will come to you.
Just when you think you've run out of time, you're done.
When faced with a difficult task, start.
If at first you don't succeed, relax and you will.
You are the person you'd like to become.
Every you do that comes from love, works.
When life seems overwhelming, do less.
If you reach the end of your rope, let go and fly.
When you choose peace, you get peace.
Live each day as if it were your first.
When you let go, you feel joy.