Consider The Ganesh Factor (Read time 0:27)
As the story goes, the musician was down on his knees begging God for help:
In the Hindu philosophy the great mythical elephant god, Lord Ganesha is the creator and destroyer of obstacles. Ganesh always works in strange ways, often closing the door to what we think we want for ourselves, and opening the door to what is best for everyone involved.
|Posted By Aaron Wolfson|
| Ganesh |
A roomy trunk provides greater capacity. All good!!!
|Posted By Luigi Cappel|
| Ganesha |
I'll take a bit of that Ganesha thanks:) Lets smash some doors down:) Always enjoy your positive blogs J Michael:)
|Posted By Stefano|
| good stuff |
Always interesting and thought provoking blog posts. Thank you. Here's an interesting point of view on God. http://www.livingwaters.com/good/
|Posted By Atma|
| The Ganesha Factor |
All praise to Lord Ganesha, he has helped me so very much in this life... JaiGuru Dev! Atma
|Posted By Brad Parker|
| Ganesh |
May it be ever thus Bapu...
|Posted By Stephen|
| The best |
Always the best blogs. Thank you.
|Posted By rachel|
| Only God, could cause one grain of sand to glimmer..on a deserted beach.. |
Oh Michael, I like this one. Thank you very much:-) and who can part the clouds for us to see the sun...but God.
|Posted By Russall|
| Surrender |
When a door closes, I am the first one to hate that theory that another one opens! I look around and I donít see any door. And I pound my fist and curse the sky and have a drink with Jack. Then when I have totally surrendered, finally a door creaks and slowly opens. And I scratch my head and sigh.
|Posted By John Tighe|
| Great reminder |
Well, I donít know about any elephant god, but yeah, Iíve been there. Desperate for God, then turning my back on Him, taking credit for all my Success. Itís a great reminder to recognize the real Source. Of creativity and Of success. Not a topic many would bring up. Thanks.