Continuing our theme from last time, we’re still looking at You Help Me, I Help You intentions. Much like the “it takes a village” attitude, today’s message focuses on the whole.
We watched an incredible PBS special the other night, featuring dolphins (which, as everyone knows, are right up there with whales and sharks on my Love List). The way these communities pull together is inspiring. They keep each other alive!
And that’s what the Universe wants us to spend time with. The living portion of our daily expressions and movements. Being entirely present and alive. Together.
We need our loved ones, they need us. When we lose one/When one goes Home, we feel that loss enormously. We know they’re fine, but we miss them.
This makes those around us even more valuable. If we don’t co-exist in harmony, no one can exist at all.
We have each other. This is the key. Support, it is more valuable than we can ever understand.
To validate this important lesson, we’ve been gifted with reminder of how we are all teachers and we are all students. Together, we make up this classroom. Together we occupy this enriching place where we can all learn and grow and thrive.
“Follow The Leader ~ 40 ~
‘Every life is a teaching tool for others. Your authenticity and honesty are an example to those around you.’
You are being called to lead others by example. Your wisdom has been earned as a result of your bravery in the adventures of your life.
The existence of battles won and lost, places discovered, tears shed, and joy revealed have placed you in a unique position to be of service to others.
Your suffering has been crystallized into a talisman of wisdom. Now you must share it.
By being fully authentic, you will lead others into the light. You’ll be required to divulge some things about your past so that you may help someone else.
Lead with love.
There is another message here as well. Look to those whose great character and accomplishments you admire. Emulate the leaders you respect.
You will then in turn have more to offer.”
The Enchanted Map Oracle Cards by Colette Baron-Reid
is this view from Instagram.
It seems that if you don’t have an account, you aren’t able to see the pictures posted there. Last time the link wouldn’t allow me to attach anything but the site address. Looks like we’re having better luck now!