I woke up angry today, and I’ve been struggling with that feeling ever since. Dan has to work an over-time assignment tomorrow. And I just wrote a huge long ranting post about how no one ever thinks to even fucking consider night-shift people and their sleeping hours (he’ll be getting up about 90 minutes after he goes to bed, or ya know, something like that). We’ll lose an entire day off, so I’m pissed.
I’ve deleted it though. I’m just not really in any sort of shape* to help anyone tonight, so I’ll simply move on to our message. It’s from a stack that I was guided to when I walked into the card altar room this afternoon.
*You know how one thing feels bad but then seven hundred more things pile on top of that? And you just get that sense of drowning under it all? Right, that’s my current reality.
Since we all have chosen our own charts, life is an individual learning experience, like classes taken in school.
I will do my best to pass my charted course, reflecting on the magnificence of the Universe.”
This goes fairly well with our Mindful Living theme. When we focus intently on being in the moment, seeing the signs, appreciating the blessings, we now know that we make more memories, and we are better able to BE in our lives more meaningfully. It’s worth our time and effort to put that attitude in the forefront as often as we can.
Probably tomorrow I’ll be better at doing that.
Heart And Soul Cards by Sylvia Browne