There are tasks and events in our lives that we don’t always enjoy. And yet, sometimes chores must be faced. Attitudes must be adjusted.
For me, cleaning is practically torture. So I avoid it. However, my Hurricane will be down here this weekend. That’s the kind of motivation that changes my outlook.
Our message today is fantastically uplifting, even though it addresses un-fun topics, both the tactile kind and the ethereal type.
We know that our Team and our Tribe always support us. But we don’t always remember how much they can help. Some, from the Other Side, and some, by merely being nothing more than a phone call away.
The purpose of what I was shown this morning is to remind us of that fact. And further, in this daily draw (which took us out of our regular rotation around the card altar).
“Goddess of Oneness ~
Someone you love is thinking fondly of you at the moment.
Remember that love is not restricted by time and space and you are forever connected spiritually to those you love and care for.
It is understandable that you may be saddened because you are physically apart from someone you dearly love. Alternatively you may be saddened by a loved one’s recent passing from the Earth plane.
Through this card they are making their presence felt. They have not left you and will never leave you; they are forever with you in spirit. The bonds of love can never be broken.
Feel and acknowledge their presence, for they are with you in spirit right now.”
Angels, Gods, and Goddesses by Toni Carmine Salerno
is THIS majestic and beautiful creature. S/He landed on our deck roof, and then flew directly in front of me, as I opened the bedroom slider (after being out of bed for mere seconds). At the same second, Daniel was in front of the upstairs glass door. Unbeknownst to either of us, we were both just standing there, staring in awe and admiration.
When we took Mom and Dad to the Cascade Raptor Center a while back, we were lucky enough to see a few of these gorgeous birds up close. Wow, they are stunning. So dramatic, so regal. Seeing this one, first thing in my morning, was a gift. No doubt about it.
(Be sure to click on CPC’s tiny video, there’s a great [but way fast] shot at about the 40 second mark.)