It's Wednesday, 11.11.2020. An '8' day...and Gate 43: Line 2 - Dedication
'Exaltation: The maintenance of specialized attitudes which promote breakthrough. Unique mental habits and thought processes which promote insight.'
Well? What specialized attitudes do you have?
I'm not sure what unique mental habits I have, however, I am happy to have routines that provide me an opportunity to allow my thoughts ramble and roam - until I get an Aha!
I happily washed out Kombucha bottles to get ready for another round of bottling, until Brandon arrived to fix some kitchen drawers.
Yay! The final to-do list is getting done!
Afterward, I headed to recycling.
With the weird warm weather and green-gray sky (how are you liking my alliteration?), I felt a knot in my stomach.
The word that came to mind? 'Ominous.'
That feeling didn't exactly shift, as I traveled to Keene.
What I did was pay extra attention to the signs the Universe - and the roadcrew - provided.
Yeah, I think there are plenty of signs that things are going to get even bumpier over the next few days.
I came home to an email with Kryon's reminder that: 'There is no delete key.'
What a lovely reminder that darkness need not be ominous - just part of the process.
Here is 'A Sikh Prayer for America,' shared by Valerie Kaur:
'In our tears and agony, we hold our children close and confront the truth: The future is dark.
But my faith dares me to ask: What if this darkness is not the darkness of the tomb, but the darkness of the womb?'
This seems like a very hopeful thought for Veteran's Day, yes?