Thursday, October 31, 2019
Let’s Have A Free Happiness!
The best things in life are free. Why not avail yourselves to them?
I’ve only worked one day this week. That day I happened to be on call. What have I been doing and learning in these other days?
First of all, I talked with Ross. And I was totally surprised when I told him, from my heart, I really would like to have the opportunity to stay home and be a mom. That’s my soul talking, my heart. He didn’t say anything. But I knew he listened.
After school I’ve been able to pick my boy up from school, and run errands. He needs different shorts for gym class. We went to a local mall. Not many places had the right shorts in the right color. But the last place we looked? I found a pair. He also got a similar pair in a different color, ‘for the weekends’, a pair of sweat pants, and a pair of shorts made from sweat pants material. Once we were home, we played basketball and also played catch. …read more here
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
I have been noticing a trend. Ross agrees and he wanted to title this blog post. In this photo here is a Japanese zero fighter plane.
They were deadly in world war two. We have an image of a pilot, a kamikaze, making the decision to crash the plane into the target, and homing in.
That pilot is whoever is running our society. That crash is imminent. It hasn’t crashed yet, there’s nothing we can do because we are the observers. But the observations we are going to share with you, so you can increase your awareness and look for them too.
Everything today is going to be about the dehumanization and disconnection of people in society. …read more here
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Yesterday the coolest, coolest thing ever happened. My friend Michelle had asked me about two weeks ago to make another bracelet for her on the first anniversary of her father’s death, October 15. At the time, my office was a mess, there were materials everywhere. The father came through and had told me to make one with diamonds and pearls for her, because that is what she means to him while she was caring for him after he had had his stroke, and eventually died. He wanted the biggest ones I had!
She said that sounded a lot like him.
Then, I made it. Her mother’s spirit came through too, and I added one little pink bead because she had passed of breast cancer when Michelle was in high school.
The bracelet was beautiful, and excitedly I gave it to her yesterday afternoon.
She had me show her how to put it on, there is an S-clasp. The fit was perfect. We were so delighted.
Then she looked at me and asked me, ‘you know my mother’s name, right?’
No. I didn’t.
It’s Pearl. …read more here
Monday, October 28, 2019
It appears our time for tea is drawing to a close. In time we are going to introduce our youngest and last guest. But for now, let us give a warm thanks to our four ladies who shared their love of cats with us, and were vulnerable emotionally, in some points, raw.
It is this heart to heart connection where true communication will arise.
It is okay to be vulnerable. Just like they were, and everything was okay, we can be vulnerable too. We don’t have to tough it out.
Hope Johnson said something the other day which left a lasting impression on us. She says that trying to hold on to things that may or may not be meant to be is a form of the ego expressing its control over us. Instead, LOVE everything, and as you pour incredible love into your life experiences, the ones which are meant to be will be drawn to you. …read more here
Life at One with Source is perfect, complete, absolutely blissful. Life separated from Source – were it possible, and it most definitely is NOT – when it was not terrifying, would be boring, meaningless, a waste of “time.” In fact it would be an ongoing and endless attempt to deny or ignore the fear filled disaster of being separated from Source, from the bliss, while experiencing a terrifying sense of aloneness, of abandonment, of the lack of LOVE.
So, over the eons, once the basic needs for human survival had been met, humans have been seeking diversions, seeking for something to do! Something to distract them from the sense that something incredibly important was missing from their lives. Those with suitably developed intellects studied the physical earthly environment beneath their feet and the heavens above, and invented religions and…
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