April showers bring May flowers and the fruit of our labor burst open with color as we move into Spring.
Spring, a time for renewal and opening to what is, not what was. Giving thanks for all we have, not what we have not.
Rebirthing of our human condition is vital to infuse hope into our spirits. The truth is, we are perfect the way we are, even when we feel otherwise. Accepting ourselves where we are is vital to expansion and growth.
Life is movement, and it is this dance that allows for freedom of our physical bodies and minds.
Experiencing all facets of who we are and who were are not, allows what we actually need for transformation.
It’s not arriving at a perfect spot but rather accepting the spot we are in no matter where we are, where we’ve been and what we are walking into. It defies religion but honors our own personal experience of what it means to be truly human and supernatural at the same time. There is not one or the other.
Some days we shine like a rainbow, others a storm cloud. Riding the rainbow and waves is the way of life. Moving is important in opening our souls and nature is a gift that allows us to know truth. When we do that, we naturally move in tune with our body and things change in ways we couldn’t project or control.
Our lives are a microcosm of how we treat ourselves. So next time you find yourself fighting and resisting what is, just be.
Get out in nature, take a deep breath. Your body will tell you what you need next, if you’re kind and listen to it’s inner yearnings.
Love yourself where you are, wherever you find yourself. Plant, Bloom, Grow. Be kind to you and let the grace of God hold you!
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Thanks for tuning in and today and have a wonderful Wednesday and holiday however you celebrate. With special thanks to my friend Kumar Harsh for the inspiration to video my poem. I often share things I write with him and when I shared this one he said; Wow, this was such an amazing read Cindy. I felt so warm, it was like you were here and talking to me. If you haven’t read his poetry or new book, definitely by a copy on Amazon.
It is with a heavy heart for me and all of us to say farwell to Sue Vincent who I was only lucky enough to know through all of you sharing her poetry and contributions, towards the end of her life. She picked a wonderful time in spring moving into Easter to make her transition. I appreciated her kind comments and wisdom in our sharing and how she embraced her life the same way she embraced her death, and me as a new follower. One of my favorite comments she wrote to someone was; I’m sorry I won’t be handling that anymore, I’m busy dying right now, please check in with (name forgotten). It was such an example of how I want to embrace my last days on earth. Her writing was beautiful, wise, poetic with such jewels that take your breath away and her book Midnight Haiku was just published and made it to the New York Times Best sellar list. I joked with her and said “we’re always famous after we die” and she said something very funny back which I can’t recall now. She also has many other published books if you search Amazon. If you don’t know her please go to her site and follow it as I believe it will be perserved. She will be a guiding star for all of us in days to come as she takes her place as one of our writing angels. Thank you Diana, Marsha and The Carrot Ranch for the introduction.
May the grace of God hold and house your spirit today and always.
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Blessings of Love,