This too shall pass.
The freeing sensation and the peacefulness of ‘letting go’.
Compassionate kindness of a total stranger, of my loved ones and of those connections with community that matter most to me.
I believe I am growing ex-potentially under the sequestered state of the pandemic. I have slowed down and used the solitude availed for self-exploration, development, prayer and for spiritual guidance. I am more at peace and more accepting and loving and I have vowed to continue this inner journey that hopefully overflows to others as life perhaps never returns to ‘how it was’ before but becomes a more fulfilling experience for us all.
By singing ‘harmony’ with their heart songs.
I can let go of any anxiousness about being alone, for in truth, I am never alone.
I must face that for the first time in 40+ years I will be alone in my household in the earthly realm. Thank goodness I am never alone spiritually! And my guidance for receptivity for what spirit has in mind for me is open.
An opportunity to pray for guidance.
Are they? My beloved cat is dying and from the beginning she loved me and I her and as we approach her earthly end, it is the same. So it seems an apt example of the beginning being like the end. Love prevails.
My path is for greater self-awareness and self-love. . Through love of self comes love unconditionally of others — now known or unknown. I think therein lies the embrace of understanding.
Being sequestered In place with my kitty, the only person I expect to encounter is the caregiver to her. I will give tender praise to her and thank her for being there to administer the various medicines she needs twice daily. She is part of the reason my kitty is living a quality of life in remission from cancer. Bless her,
Today I said “yes” to caring for myself and telling me it was OK to take a very needed ‘day of rest’.
I perhaps was slow to awaken to serve. I felt a very divinely spiritual connection yet I remained quiet and held that within. No longer. A connection with a wonderfully inclusive spiritual community awakened my joy and calling to serve those in that specific community and beyond. And I have received abundantly in return, which was not my motive. It is spirit’s way. There is absolute truth to the teaching, ‘Give and you shall receive.’
To live wholeheartedly is to love inclusively with acceptance of our differences and realization of our oneness with each other.
Oh, Dusty Su, you are strong of spirit and resolve. Uncertainty is supplanted by the knowing of the Universe.. You are in my prayers. Blessings.
Antionette: So beautifully written and expressed with open sincerity. Thank you.
So appreciative of your understanding, Serafina. Thank you.
Thank you, Pilgrim.
Dusty Su: Strength to you. Brave of you to be able to reframe this time. It certainly is a courageous adventure. God speed!
Hot Sauce: Beautiful!
Bless you, Butterfly!
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