The Heart of the Matter
April 13, 2008
I Take Requests

Think back a few years. Maybe all the way back to high school. Did you ever call your local radio station to request a specific song?

Pre-iTunes, pre-Google, it might have been the only way you could have heard that particular song at that particular time.

And when they played it -- prefaced by the over-caffeinated, way-too-slick, DJ saying something like, "We're sending this one out to Gino and Maria in Brooklyn," you got shivers up your spine.

Well... I invite you to think of this blog as your local radio station.

In other words, I take requests.

All you need to do is click on "Comments" below and let me know what topics you'd like to see featured in the future. (If you don't want your request to be seen by others, simply click on "Email me" in the sidebar and only I will see it).

I'm assuming, of course, that you have a sense of what this blog is all about. If you don't, take a few minutes to scroll around and read some of the previous postings -- or click on "About this blog" in the sidebar.

By the way, I'm not promising a thing.

Maybe your request will be way over my head. Maybe your request won't be my cup of tea. Or maybe I've gotten 87 other requests and won't be able to get to yours until 2011.

Then again, maybe yours will be the perfect topic pitched at the perfect time. You'll never know unless you try.

Your move...

Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at April 13, 2008 12:06 AM


Hi Mitch I'm new to your blog and I am a follower of Mahraji.
I would like to read something about the transition from not
practicing in a concentrated way and the way back to the kind of experience that is obviously prevalent in this blog. I'm particularly interested in trusting over worrying that there is something in the external world that might fall apart if I surrender to the experience. Thanks, mike

Posted by: mykeygodby [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 16, 2008 10:42 AM

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