This too shall pass.
It’s inviting me to embrace uncertainty every day, especially now that my life is certainly at a crossroads. That’s the certainty that I clearly know and do my best not to shrink from. The uncertainty at times leaves me unsettled but more often than not I welcome the change. It’s life.
Diving underwater in a cool body of water. Watching the sunlight beneath the surface refract and shimmer. Quiet solitude at one with the Universe.
The next right action for me is to let go and let God direct me in allowing my kitty to transition. She has been a blessed joy in my life and I need to honor her in life and now shortly in death.
What connects me to a sense of the sacred? Love connects me in an ever-present way to the sacred and I am immensely grateful for those loved ones, acquaintances and strangers that bless my path with the guidance of Spirit.
I find that grace imparts when gratefulness flows.
I hope to be joyous, kind and loving. Sometimes I am all of that and sometimes I come up short. It is that shortness that I hope to let go of and release to a more genuine awareness of my natural being.
Forgiveness and love ❤️ clarifies what matters in my life when I am consciously living.
I would embrace change happily and not with trepidation. I would welcome the now — the new phase of life!
Today I feel the abundance from my workbook lesson from A Course in Miracles.
A deep sensitivity juxtaposed with a vastly fun-loving spirit.
I was a crazy synchronized swimmer in my youth for about a decade. I once did a double ballet leg for the length of the pool to get a hot-fudge Sundae. Try that. Only your head and pointed lower legs and feet are above the surface and you propel yourself afloat with your hands. Yippee!
Home for me is my spiritual community.
Sparrow, Thank you very much for your understanding and support.
Kevin~~~I am sure I have missed and correspondingly not recognized awe simply by not being in the moment. Your comment resonates with me this morning and is a very poignant reminder for me to be awe struck with wonder of the simple things in life that cast beauty on life.
Beautifully expressed with so much feeling and love. Bless you,
Don: Very well said and received.
Gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing your poem.
Well SK, I might not be in a marching Kazoo Band, but I hail from Kazoo!
Dusty~~~Yes to savoring the moment!
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