We all know how much more useful a kitchen tool can be if it’s a multi-tasker, and not just a one-use-wonder.  Well, our message is a combination of factors.  Blending one aspect of our lessons, with another.  Both equally important.

             The fusing of Release and Service; not what I would have thought to mix, but then, it’s not up to me.  This, as it turns out, is oh so beneficial.

Leave it on the table.

             When all we can do to offer help is to show-and-walk-away, then that’s the lesson.  We are in charge of ourselves.  Not anyone else.  We ALL learn as we need to.

             And when we lend our hand in aid, we’ve done our best.  Then, we have to leave it and move along.

             On our card altar right now, back within the regular rotation, we are being reminded of WHY this applies so well.  To whatever situation.  Once we let go of the egoic ideals that we can fix it, the “fix” actually takes care of itself.

st hildegard of bingen

“Believe  ~  St Hildegard of Bingen

To heal and improve this situation, it’s important for you to believe.  Have faith in miracles, the power of (Mr and Mrs) God’s healing love, and the essential goodness within people.  This is an important factor in determining the outcome of your circumstance.

St Hildegard of Bingen demonstrated that to bring Universal messages to the world, you must believe in yourself.  You are qualified.  You are ready and prepared.  You can do it.

This saint overcame tremendous self-doubt and became a multitalented author, musician, and healer.   This was especially remarkable, considering that women in her era (1098-1179) weren’t expected to accomplish worldly deeds.”

Today’s Deck:

Saints & Angels Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue

Today’s Sharing:

is really night-before-last’s Kitchen Inventions.  Remember how I received a generous variety of cherries from my son for birthday week?  Well, I combined all but the maraschino jar and made tarts.

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Baked in cupcake tins then moved to custard cups and dessert dishes.

            We did this earlier in the summer with some outstandingly fabulous lime curd that our Empress found at an outlet store.  Easiest thing in the world.  (Now that we have a functioning oven, that is.)