I love this passage from The Bridge of Teribithia. It's the turning point where Jess stops avoiding his new neighbor, Leslie, because she's strangely "different" (and shunned from the first day at school) and just went with it. Funny, too, because Jess has a crush on the music teacher, Miss Edmunds, who everyone knows is a trippy hippy, and her music class is a peripheral course looked down by the other teachers, without it's own classroom and they make do in a corner of the teacher's room.
Of course, I like this passage because it's actually about embodying the energies of the very present fourth dimension.
"What do you like to sing, Leslie?"
Miss Edmunds picked up a few odd chords and then began to sing, more quietly than usual for that particular song:
"I see a land bright and clear
And the time's coming near
When we'll live in this land
You and me, hand in hand..."
People began to join in, quietly at first to match her mood, but as the song built up at the end, their voices did as well, so that by the time they got to the final "Free to be you and me," the whole school could hear them. Caught in the pure delight of it, Jess turned and his eyes met Leslie's. He smiled at her. What the heck? There wasn't any reason he couldn't. What was he scared of anyhow? Lord. Sometimes he acted like the original yellow-bellied sapsucker. He nodded and smiled again. She smiled back. He felt there in the teachers' room that it was the beginning of a new season in his life, and he chose deliberately to make it so. - The Bridge to Terebithia, Katherine Paterson
Bonus: On April 9, and from now on end, the theme is going with the flow of the current. What if whatever is happening, is what is happening, and maybe even what should be happening? What if the very next note in the symphony is just as sweet, nay sweeter than the old note you're clinging to? What if you enjoyed the music as it plays, instead of stopping it midstream to clutch onto a favorite passage?
"Allow yourself to unfold into the higher version of your Self today. Don’t slow down to question why or how. Just flow. Just go for the ride. You will understand or grasp the reality so much better if you are flowing with it rather than slowing down to try and understand it. This is rule number one for riding our new 4D vehicle. GO WITH THE FLOW." - April 9, 2008 Stephanie Azaria astrological forecast
"Many people live struggling against this current. They try to use force or resistance to will their lives into happening in the way they think it should. Others move with it like a sailor using the wind, trusting that the universe is taking them exactly where they need to be at all times. This flow is accessible to everyone because it travels through and around us. We are always riding it—it is just a matter of whether we are willing to go with it or we resist it." -"Let Yourself Be Carried", Daily Om, April 9, 2008