August 2019 – The Pie is Unlimited

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What If There Was Enough for Everyone?

 

August 2019

I love pie. I especially love strawberry rhubarb pie.  As a child, strawberry rhubarb pie was a limited commodity especially when Dorothy, my childhood neighbor, made it.  Dorothy was amazing and not just for her pies.  She made everything seem lighter by offering unlimited love, good cheer and of course pie.  When I think of Dorothy, I’m reminded of how loving and unlimited she was. So, while Dorothy made amazing Pie she gave and loved like Pi.

Let me clear this up a bit.

Pie: A baked good having a filling of fruit, meat, pudding or more.  It is a baked pastry that has a crust.

Pi: Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. A never-ending irrational number that cannot be clearly defined. Pi is approximately equal to 3.14159.

I’m not sure if that cleared anything up for you but I notice two things about Pie and Pi.  First, they are both round, and second, they are both unlimited. Well Pi is Unlimited, but what if Pie was also?

What if we looked at Pie as there was plenty to go around? That all we need to do to have Unlimited Pie is to open our eyes and see Unlimited Pie? And what if in choosing to see Unlimited Pie we then saw the Unlimited number of flavors and shapes we could have that Pie in?

If you looked at Pie and the world this way you would notice that there is enough for everyone.  You would see the Unlimited nature of our universe and understand that there is no difference between Pie and Pi.  It would be as though Dorothy “Pie-d” you.

Welcome down the rabbit hole of “The Pie is Unlimited” possibility.

Peace & Joy
Tracey R Kern
Publisher Conscious Shift Magazine
www.consciousshiftmagazine.com

 

 

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