Today we celebrate the ties between ourselves and loved ones, near and far. We remember those who have passed and give thanks for everything that has transpired in our existence. We celebrate with food and companionship, tradition and delight. …read more here
Yesterday I saw it. My cashmere robe Ross had bought me for Christmas about seven years ago, was full of holes. He had sent me to a discount shopping place, TJ Maxx. I had found it and wasn’t sure because even for there it was expensive. It was a short robe, plain in color, and very soft. …read more here
This morning right before I woke up, I had a visit with my Uncle Ben. He showed me where he lay in his desert house, during his long illness. It was the bedroom in the back, on the left. He explained to me his vision was poor, he had cataracts and retinal problems from his diabetes. His wife and her family didn’t let him get it fixed and get medical care. I also had trouble seeing his legs and it’s possible he had some gangrene and amputations towards the end. When it was hard for him to breathe–he had been like that for a few years–they took him to the hospital and that was that. I’m not sure if it was the Covid. He made it sound like it was heart failure. He had infection and his blood sugar was way up when he went to the VA hospital. …read more here
Recently I experienced and have been recovering from what is called a Dark Night of the Soul.
It was in the line of duty and was completely unavoidable. Sometimes, when our commitment to being ‘loving 24/7, 365’ we are going to become so depleted that mentally, physically, emotionally, and yes, spiritually, we are going to run on fumes and eventually hit a wall. …read more here
Ross is going to speak as promised earlier. And I woke up with a story that seems important since there is emphasis on intention and oaths at the focus of the story. Furthermore, here is a new Schumann Resonance and a new Gaia Portal. …read more here