It’s always obvious to me, when I start the day, which messages are personal and which are to be shared. Sometimes though, what isn’t so exact is the meaning of all the parts.
Symbolism is valuable because it helps to reach us on so many levels. In order to learn our lessons, we truly need to feel them. Visual or tactile images (and smells) are excellent aids in this process. Words aren’t needed in every occasion.
But one did come through. One. Just the one. And it said it all.
The views from my morning were vague, misty, and not entirely clear. Which was fine, nothing to see, apparently. It all simply felt safe. Safe for us to keep going. We are protected, we don’t need to worry or have any fear.
When I flipped over the daily draw, well, there was the rest of our message. We’ve been handed the Why part of this equation.
“The Ringmaster of Scrutiny ~ 9 ~
discernment, clear vision, details
The Ringmaster of Scrutiny is all about the details. Look closely and pay attention to the smallest elements of what’s being presented to you on your path. It’s in these details, not the broad strokes, that you will find the breathtaking beauty and perfection in what you observe.
This Ally is on your side to point to the deeper meaning of what unfolds in your life, and he reminds you that every moment counts.
Staying present in this perfect moment, observing the minute things, leads you to manifest your highest good and greatest desires. Grand gestures are for other times. It’s the smallest acts that really count now.”
Wisdom Of The Hidden Realm Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid
is this not-terrific photo of a new biking accessory. More lights! (That view below, on our kitchen table, shows the box and what came in it.)
Go HERE to see the company (and their other option, which I have no desire to purchase). This type of item is becoming MUCH more affordable than when they started appearing in shops (or maybe when I started noticing them).
I won’t be putting it on my wheels though, I’m thinking I’d rather wrap it around the back part of my frame (but not like the web-site examples, mine will look WAY better).