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A clouds perspective

“A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed….It feels an impulse….this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond.”

~Richard Bach

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Soul purpose

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”

~Mark Twain

Picture of me in front of Rainbow Falls

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HOPE…Hang on pain ends

I want to write a few lines about hope today, and share a new perspective with you. Somehow I feel called to it, and perhaps these words will find meaning for you.

I’m ok in my corner of the world, but ever so often I feel like I’m picking up additional struggles. Perhaps it is when I take a rest from my own challenges and troubles, that I, the empath can sense the vibrations of those around me, YOU, even more so.

Whether you need a little inspiration or not, I’d love to share a quote that resonated with me recently. You know that I’m a sucker for quotes as they always pack Wisdom, especially when the right one miraculously crosses your path, at seemingly the perfect time.

HOPE….we all need it, right? What would we be without it. Today I am going to share a different interpretation about hope, but before I do so, I need to mention the light at the end of the tunnel. We heard that one too before right? What does it mean, that things get brighter, that we escape the darkness, and all our troubles disappear! Both hope and the light at the end of the tunnel are often associated with hardship.

The quote I am about to share encompasses both, hope and the light at the end of the tunnel.

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Hope…Hang on pain ends

“The light at the end of the tunnel is your life; it’s the tunnel that’s temporary.”

~Michael Josephson

This really made think, and reminisce about that so much in life is temporary. Good and bad experiences, as well as pain and joy. So hold on to the memories that make your heart beat faster, and let them carry you through the tunnel of darkness. For it too, shall be temporary.

Blessings, xoxo ♥️

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Talking to the clouds again

“You must not blame me if I do talk to the clouds.”

~Henry David Thoreau

The clouds looked beautiful yesterday and my love for “Puffy’s” remains. I was with Mom as I took this picture. It didn’t take but a minute as I felt myself drifting, dreaming of past times visiting the Vortex, lying on my back on nothing but my hiking towel, while starring into the sky, talking to the clouds. Watching their ever-changing shapes glide across the horizon, taking on new silhouette’s in the changing atmosphere. Flexible they stretched across the horizon, little shapeshifters, adapting to whatever came their way. Gaining in size or getting smaller, or breaking off into individual Puffy’s all together. Have you ever dreamed with and talked to the clouds? Here is your reminder if you have and your dare to get out there if you haven’t. Give yourself the gift of 30 minutes to an hour and let the stress melt away. Tell it to the clouds, they are sure to keep your dreams floating.

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Punishment or awakening?

“Your trials did not come to punish you, but to awaken you.”

~Paramahansa Yogananda

I know it’s easier said then done at times, but somehow the quote stuck with me. I just recently found it in reference to Yogananda, a Yogi in the “Awaken the inner Shaman” book from Jose Luis Stevens, PhD. Even there, I don’t think it was coincidence that this information surfaced at this time and crossed my path. Sometimes these messages serve as a reminder or confirmation that we are on the right path. Other times they encourage us to stand tall, to hold our ground for a little while longer. And at other times, they bring the message of staying positive throughout our challenges, to see them as a period of personal growth and coming into our higher self.

If we can learn to embrace our challenges as opportunities, perhaps it is then that we no longer view it as punishment.