This too shall pass.
An endeavor to understand. If truly open, empathetic, compassionate and loving, an acceptance of our differences and uniqueness and oneness of spirit.
I am my true being —- beautiful and free.
The spirit of life kindled deep inside each one of us despite this pandemic.
Be kind to yourself and others. And while in the midst of this pandemic it might be difficult, do remember and entrust that, ‘This too shall pass.’
Gratefulness is an expression of my love for others, myself, sentient beings, nature and much, much more. It provides me, when fully open, for the banishment of fear and the budding courage that ensues. Let it go and see the transformation.
Today, May 6th, the daily word resonates so strongly for and with me. Yes, enjoy/embrace the ordinary ~~~ the extraordinary will take care of itself.
Breathing in consciously and deeply and exhaling slowly. It is my realization that all life is a blessing ~~~ a miracle ~~~ if I allow myself to ‘be’.
Kevin: How did your first day go on this fabulous photographic project with the birds?
Anna: Singing is such a beautiful blessing. Thank you for sharing and keep it up!
Pollyanna: Wonderful for you to share “The Apple Orchard”. Ah, yes….silently to grow and bear fruit. It is a welcome journey when you embrace learning and loving yourself and loving others.
Kamakshi: Beautifully revealed. Beautifully expressed. Thank you.
Paula: You are a beautiful beacon of light. Thank you.
slawrence : Yes, I agree wholeheartedly with what you’re saying. The vibrational frequency is so high one reaches in and touches everyone and everything around. Love has a way of doing that. Blessings.
Pilgrim: Same here!
Michele: Take care. You are in my thoughts.
Andy: How elegantly and poetically written. Thank you.
Eddie: I love the truth and simplicity of your ‘share’. It reminds me on a morning when I needed this oft-times forgotten nourishment of acceptance of self and all others. Thank you.
Thank you, Pollyanna.
pkr~~beautiful imagery. I too gazed up at the almost full moon last night in awe and wonder. Mother Nature is so amazingly ‘fantabulous’!
Paula: Absolutely. What I would give for a hug right about now!
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