“Thought is constantly creating problems and then trying to solve them. But as it tries to solve them it makes it worse because it doesn’t notice that it’s creating them, and the more it thinks, the more problems it creates.” ~ Physicist David Bohm
Once in a Blue Moon we get an Miracle or Prayer Answered. It may not show up in the form we want – but we understand – in order to move forward we have to let go. _____________________________________________________________________________
Think back to October 9, 2018. A MENTAL seed was planted – a new “thought” deep in the darkness inside – nurtured in the darkness.
Think back to March 20, 2019 – that “Seed” sprouted and the unseen became visible. Hidden agendas rose to the surface.
April 19, 2019 – Go outside tonight and look up at the Moon – it might shed some Light on a subject that’s been “Top-of-Mind.” Looking up at the heavens keeps one “humble.” Secrets revealed. Allow Healing.
Think back to July 13, 2018. We are each being held accountable for our own actions (for better or worse). Sometimes just a slight change of attitude, or viewing things from a different angle, or with a new set of beliefs can cause what is happening to become clear and legible.
Blend – shake- stir all the memories/motives/agendas and we get a glimpse of January 12, 2020.
It’s time to begin the arduous process of re-writing history. The Creative Arc of Change and “Sparks fly.” No matter what it looks like today it will look totally different in 2 weeks.
Some are being tested – some receive peaceful resolution – others demonize what cannot be accepted. What you focus on “out-there” is a great big mirror of the Soul inside. For today – can you figure out – who’s trying to “win” – and – who’s trying to “NOT LOSE.” There’s a difference. Walk your talk – be yourself – be compassionate and kind. If we don’t listen to one another we’ll be at “war” within. If we don’t speak up no one will hear.
There’s NO-THING to WIN.
Surprise! Balance is the KEY! All is well! ❤
At 5am (EST) – April 19, 1775 – the American Revolution started. The battles of Lexington and Concord were the first battles of the American Revolution – a conflict that would escalate from a colonial uprising into a world war that, seven years later, would give birth to the independent United States of America.