I've been finding a glorious way to waste time.
Except it's NOT a waste of time, because it's fun. And anything that is fun is THE BEST, for when we're having fun, we're fulfilling our purpose in coming here, a/k/a joy. We're relaxed and allowing our well-being to flow to us in full-force. That's a dadgum good thing.
Without further ado, here are my latest Abraham-Hicks riddles. I've been posting them with the Abraham-Hicks group on Facebook, too. If you MUST groan, try to keep it down to a dull roar.
Why do Abraham students not make good gold miners? (Because they keep dropping the ores.)
What happened when Abraham stepped in gum on the sidewalk? (They were standing in our physical chews.)
Why would Abraham students not be good at running a movie theater? (They can't find the dark switch.)
How did the Abraham student get off-track? (She set out each day to look for that which she wanted to flee.)
Why did the Abraham student not get along with his sibling? (He had too much re-SIS-tance.)
Why does Abraham call it the "hot seat" at their workshops? (Because people have burning questions.)
Why is it of immense value to read Abe riddles? (Because we're supposed to have pun with all this.)
Did you hear about the person whom Abraham advised to release resistance and "change the channel?" (So she switched to Ramtha.)
Mark's mom and puppet buddy -- They know how to have fun.