Monday, March 27, 2006

Let's Play Together

Whenever I'm about to do something, I say "let's do this" or ask myself "what are we going to do?" I guess it's because I believe that when I think of myself I am referring to the infinite self, the Us, which is the same self of all. I believe the stories I share are about how the Us is being expressed from my own perspective.

A few days ago, I was inspired to browse the Rebekita.com website with the intention of downloading her free e-book about her shamanic experiences but got distracted into doing something else. I figured I would look at it another time. The next day I received an email notifying me that a friend had downloaded the book on my behalf and even sent me the username and password. Cool huh?

Later on the same day, I talked to my mother about television theme tunes. I told her what my top five were, which didn't even include StarTrek considering I am a Trekkie i.e. lover of StarTrek. We recalled other theme music we both loved and had a right laugh. The next day when I was browsing at a bookshop, I noticed they were playing a compilation album of 70's music. I couldn't believe it when one of the songs came on: it was the theme music of a detective series I used to watch as a child called The Professionals. It's as if the Universe was reminding me how much I loved that theme music which I had not included in my list of top 5 theme music of all time. I have since revised my list to include this one.

I'm sure you're all dying to know what my top five theme music of all time is, well at least for today. The competition was very stiff and it took me many hours of deliberation to arrive at this final list. I am going to list them in the style of a beauty pageant.

Fourth runner up is "I love it when a plan comes together": The A-Team.

Applause.

Third runner up is "Book him Danno, murder one": Hawaii Five-O.

Applause.

Second runner up is "This tape will self-destruct in 1 minute": Mission Impossible.

Applause.

First runner up is "A shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist": Knight Rider.

Applause.

But there can only be one winner. The winner of Enocia's Favourite TV Theme Tune of all time is

Drum roll please..........

Cowley, Doyle, and Bodie of the CI5 collectively known as The Professionals.

So there you have it.

I would like to thank the Universe, and that includes each and every one of you, for making life such fun.

I am the All There Is being expressed as Enocia

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