To have that sense of one's intrinsic worth which constitutes self-respect is potentially to have everything. --Joan Didion
Our sets of angels did stellar work on our game trip to Oklahoma City. Safe travels were supported in a most excellent way by Google Maps. I'm betting that feature has lightened the load of many a set of angels.
Sensing "one's intrinsic worth" is the ability to appreciate and love the person one has become. I believe each set of angels loves us infinitely no matter what dumb stuff we may do. It's a lovely exercise to take a few deep breaths and say, "OK, angels, love me up a bit." Then allow yourself to bask in the love for a few moments. Connecting to Something Bigger is always a good plan.
On the topic of Big Love, I offer this Note from the Universe (Mike Dooley, tut.com):
I can imagine that from your perspective, it must seem like some truly awful things happen in time and space. So, if you wouldn't mind, I'd like to weigh in.
You live in a world of illusions. A world that springs from a much deeper and far greater reality. And while at times the illusions are indeed ugly, with your physical senses you only see the tip of the iceberg. If you could see the whole, you'd discover that the unpleasantness was only the tiniest piece of a most spectacular puzzle that was created with order, intelligence, and absolute love. You'd see that contrary to appearances, in the grandest scheme of things, nothing is ever lost, no one becomes less, and setbacks are always temporary. And you'd understand that no matter what has happened, everyone lives again, everyone laughs again, and everyone loves again, even more richly than before.
P.S. Time and space are your laboratory and playground. Play as hard as you study and let the good times roll.
Have a love-filled day!
|Lilies (my favorite!!) given to
me as a Christmas gift 😀