If you celebrate this Spring Holy Day, I hope yours was festive and beautiful. My mother and I have postponed our family event for a full week. Big long story, no one died, it’s fine. She and I just have a poor relationship with time (as everyone already knows). I’ll keep you updated.
As far as spiritual messages go, the images that I was shown this morning were brief. And clear. Also, they seemed urgent, and important.
Lend a helping hand.
It seems that our support is needed. Someplace. And from what I hear, each and every one of us, individually, will know precisely where and when, at the right time.
So, we should be ready. And, as our daily draw reminds us, we are never to be of assistance out of obligation or guilt. We help only out of a true and honest caring. (If we actually couldn’t care less about the situation, well then, don’t bother with it.)
Let your love become a powerful force for change.”
And don’t forget what these cards are called. Because when it comes to helping, and being a helper, we always need to start with ourselves, then work out from there.
Self-Care Cards by Cheryl Richardson
is this dose of cuteness in nature. (Both shots are clickable, be sure to zoom in for optimal gazing pleasure.)
We rode along one of our local river’s tributaries this afternoon. And were gifted with so much adorableness we almost couldn’t stand it.
There were several (5?) more ducklings in this group, but Dan was too close to Mama, so I made him get back on his bike. My favorite part of spotting them all was the tiny wee noises they make.
(Caiman, croc, and gator hatchlings make a similar sound, which is similarly beyond adorable.)