This is how it is. Well, this is how one bit of the whole works. The piece that is making itself known to us today.
And the piece that many of you have asked about:
See, we really do plan our lives. We chart it so that we learn the exact lessons we’ve come here to learn, in the best possible way. With choices, and freewill always in the mix. It’s all about the evolution of our soul, and has very little to do with the body we are wearing.
Wait, it has some to do with the body we are wearing. Primarily the lessons on that level are to be beyond the concerns of this mortal shell. Soul work trumps body work, always.
It’s not our job to make others “pay” for their transgressions. We have a physical justice system, true. And yes, it’s flawed. Because it’s run by humans, inherently flawed beings.
Again, moving beyond the material realm, we let the repercussions of a person’s actions go. Everybody is called to task for their actions. Every body. But, it is simply NOT our job to do the calling.
Our goal is to rise above these issues. Like being the better individual, our lessons are about moving past the mundane and aiming at the spiritual. However, our daily draw does remind us that there are those activities, all physical, which bring us emotional joy.
She is of matter, of the Earth. She appeared today to remind us of our tactile passions. Reading, writing, art, crafts, gardening, hiking, neighborhood wandering. Makes no difference WHAT it is, just don’t forget how happy it makes you.
Princesses were what these Pages originally were called. They bring us the gift of Girl Child power. That heartfelt and blossoming feeling of being female, of sentimentality, and of natural intense warmth.
Her reminder is to be free with your passions, and enjoy the physicality of your being. Let go of worries about what other people are doing or getting or having or feeling. We are being asked to aim at ourselves and shower these beautiful souls with loving care. And ya know, any items that bring us joy.
Robin Wood Tarot
is two more snow shots. These from J.D.
If you could see a smidge to the right of this angle, you’d be looking at my award-winning library.
Thanks, to my son, for these incredible pictures.
will be a help-y/feedback request that Ally put in a recent comment.
This is what she said:
“I am the Webmaster (Apprentice) for the Oregon Tuba Association, and I run our website off of WordPress. I have been trying to keep the website uncluttered . . . . . . If you want to give feedback . . . . . . I really wouldn’t mind input.”