An angel in Egypt …… with flowering Aloe
With love and aloha,
Next month it will be five years since I moved to the Big Island of Hawaii from Oahu. When I was in the middle of moving someone stole a statue of Jesus, some money and a large amethyst crystal cave geode from my office. I understood them stealing the amethyst, it was worth a lot of money, but I never did understand stealing Jesus.
Last night I tuned into the news and they had a segment on about a pawn shop they had just raided. They had recovered a lot of as they put it odd, stolen property. I looked up just in time to see an image of my long, lost amethyst. I never thought I would see it again.
Earlier in the day I was looking at the small amethyst I had bought to take its place. I was thinking about moving it to another location and I had a fleeting thought about my old one. Then I went off to walk my labyrinth. Imagine my surprise when I saw my crystal!
Ever since they stole Jesus I have been looking for a replacement. The statue I had was a very kind and happy looking Jesus, no signs of suffering or bloody hands. When I talk to the detective I’ll ask if they found Jesus as well.
For the past several years a number of my animals have died. Now I am in the process of getting puppies, kittens and baby chicks. The cycle begins anew. Life truly is a cycle, the tide is in, the tide is out, one season flows into the next and we are born, we live and die.
The greatest gift we can give ourselves is to savor every moment, not matter what that moment contains.
With love, aloha and a big smile
I love this story and included it in my book on spiritual healing. It is so simple yet profound.
Thousands of starfish had washed up on the shore. A small girl began to pick them up and throw them back in so they wouldn’t die.
“Don’t bother, sweetie” her mother said, “it won’t make a difference.”
The girl stopped for a moment and looked at the starfish in her hand.
“It will make a difference to this one.”
We can only make a difference in our life and the lives of others in the present moment. Take a deep breath and make this moment count by loving whatever ‘is’ right here, right now.
You are love, you are loved and you are lovable.
With love and aloha,
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