Some days … our energy is only a flicker. Jumping into the day with enthusiasm and gusto is as easy as climbing Mount Everest. The thing of it is … you’re here and so is your Light. Flickering or glowing bright, you and your Divine Light impact so many people. You are red carpet status to them, just by being you. Nothing to prove. Nothing to perfect.
Divine Light is energy and it permeates everything – no matter if it’s a flicker or a glow. Embrace It. Embrace You. Sometimes we aren’t aware of this presence – I call Spirit/God. Even if we don’t recognize or see this incredible part of our Being, doesn’t mean it’s not there. There are lots of things in this world we don’t see – but the power of the energy created is undeniable.
You make our world brighter and lighter.
Dance on that red carpet, or simply tap your toes …
I’m listening to the wind as it blows around and through the branches of trees. The painted autumn leaves cling or float their last whirling frolic to the ground.
I hike through heaps of them, shuffling and twirling with my own kind of jig. The smells of earth and the glimmer of sunlight fills me up with a contentment I’ll package carefully in my mind and heart. A gift to easily unwrap when I need a re-charge.
The lakes still shimmer, lapping gently or rocking at the shore, undaunted with the up-coming ritual of freezing and becoming hard and strong enough to hold up tiny villages through the winter. How amazing is that?
I notice, too, daylight is dimming. I will miss the early sunrise and late sunset. There’s something special being up early – at the crack of dawn – to welcome the gift of the day. So, now it’s embracing s-l-o-w-i-n-g down and acknowledging the pause Mother Nature provides for herself, is also a good thing for me. She does it better than I do, but I continue to try to learn from the example she gives me.
Autumn is a miracle presenting weeks and weeks of sparkle. Every year it bestows a wonderment that is best experienced than described. It’s the little things … one tiny leaf … and another … and another … creation and beauty combined … we just have to open our eyes, our ears, smell the scents and our Spirit beams in recognition. A miracle, indeed.