Same as yesterday? Close, but not quite. Still, sticking with our current universal theme, though.
The views that I was able to see this morning were a varied lot, but they all had that same genuine underlying concept. They all had that sense of truth.
Emotionally uplifting truth, as well as bright physical truth.
Real is Real
When we have a devout and unwavering faith, it’s our reality. When we are at the lowest point of a debilitatingly depressive mood or cycle, it’s our reality.
This can be said for so many aspects of our life. It can also be the way we change our life.
The reminder right now is for us to examine what we’re finding useful and what we no longer need in our own version of today’s reality. We may choose Joy or Sorrow. Either will be real. Both will be worthy of experiencing.
We make that choice. Our reality is in both, and it is in the now.
Back within our regular rotation around the card altar, here is a dynamic image (I especially love the trees), and a timely boost to get us going and to keep it Real.
Release your ties to the past.
When you let go of the old, you make room for the new.”
Self-Care Cards by Cheryl Richardson
is this recent Instagram view, my favorite part of our kitchen.
I find very few occasions when it feels that black and white is better than color. But, this was one of those moments.