Quote: Fr. John B. Giuliani
In gatherings with friends and family, as well as the small, routine ways we go about our days, how do we open ourselves to the celestial?
Some say the energies of a new moon enhance new beginnings, a time for planting new seeds. I marveled this week watching a crow carefully selecting a place in which to put an acorn. She planted it in a small crevasse then plucked surrounding grasses atop of it, tamping them down with her beak. An oak tree will grow there!
This is magical, the way nature works, making seen and unseen connections. How much more do we not know?
For what magic will you plant seeds today?
Well wishes to you, this new moon day!
We are blessed to be living in this time of human evolution. What we are witnessing is change in nearly every area of society, as well as our own consciousness. How do we thrive with change? I see thriving involving honing our relationship skills—relationships with everything including ourselves. What might that mean? Drawing from those who have exemplified courage and success in navigating change, if not creating change, there are some commonalities. They
How are you thriving with change?
...and inquiries into the nature of our being.
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