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Everything You Love

What do you love?  Such a simple question with such profound implications. Facebook friend Matt Kahn inspired that think link for me this evening. My list is long and steadily growing. It starts with:

Family and friends who are my priceless treasures.

Knowing that God/Goddess/All That IS, has my back at all times.

Anticipating exciting adventures each day.

Senses that drink in the world around me and a mind that allows me to process it all.

Daily opportunities to connect with kindred spirits.

The ability to use my creative gifts to delight myself and anyone else who chooses to partake.

Being a resilient thriver.

Recovery from co-dependence.

The smell of newly mown grass and the scattering of wild flowers in a field.

Seeing a rainbow from a train window heading home from Raise the Vibration event on Sunday.

Having a healthy, strong and flexible body that enjoys ‘playouts’ at the gym.

Dancing with de-light!

The smell of Nag Champa incense wafting through the air.

The sound of Citizen Cope singing ”One Lovely Day” as I write this entry.

The taste of pineapple greek yogurt.

Witnessing my son Adam living his passion and purpose as a self taught chef.

Unwrapping the ‘present’ of the Present and Presence.

Unlimited imagination.

Being a writer who can turn ideas into tangible reality.

Having a laughter tinged world view.

Anticipating time with overlapping soul circle dwellers this weekend as I explore my own life perspective at a workshop.

Miracle consciousness.

Knowing that ultimately, all is for the Highest Good as I love it all.

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQtCkXgV7NY One Lovely Day  by Citizen Cope

 

 

 

 



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