About 8 people. The qualities that I see in them, and therefore am myself is Compassionate, Kind, Loving, Spiritual, Creative, Dependable, Determined and Clear.
Just remember that the qualities you see in your heroes are those that you yourself have, otherwise you wouldn’t see them.
The gift might be in the wrapping, or the ribbon. The wrapping might be to ask, what is the worst thing that could happen here? The ribbon might be being open to that but not attached to it.
I received 50 minutes from a client today. It stands out because they showed up; they participated with a whole heart. Receiving is giving and one reflects the other, exactly like the Principle of Correspondence. As above, so below; as below, so above. Give what you would like to receive and everything will stand out.
Giving without attachment. It reminds me of this perfect quote from Hafiz,
“Even After All this time
The Sun never says to the Earth,
“You owe me.”
Look What happens With a love like that,
It lights the whole sky.”
It is like looking at the sun when cotton tail clouds pass in front, I still see the sun.
The boy followed the trodden path to feed the horses. Hungry and tired he was clear that he didn’t want to be there. He came to the horse paddock. The horses were not there. Along the long way home he saw a rock worth climbing. He forged his own path, beaming with the adventure of it all. A view, heights, a sheer drop, new sights for his eyes. Thank goodness the horses weren’t there.
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