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Today I had an experience that reminded me that angels are among us and will intervene in diverting tragedy when appropriate. My 3 month old puppy got away and ran down the street into a busy road. I heard horns honking loudly and panicked to think she might get struck by a car and I would lose her forever. I dashed down the road towards the blaring horns and there in the distance I saw her. She was frozen in the middle of the road, terrified with traffic stopped in both directions. A kind man in a blue shirt had pulled his big construction truck over. He was down on his knees calling to this sweet tiny puppy with her pink collar on. But she couldn’t move. When I rounded the corner and saw that she was alive, I called to her. She darted towards me with frenzied delight. I cried when she jumped into my arms. The relief I felt was immense! The man comforted me and assured me all was OK. I felt like I had been touched by an angel through the kindness of this Good Samaritan and that angels had watched over my little one. Needless to say, I will not be letting this little pup out of my eyesight again unless she is in a safe place.

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My grandson just started middle school. His excitement for being in a new school was tremendous. When I asked him how he liked his new school after the first day he exclaimed with delight “I loved it!’ “Wow”, I thought! “Such enthusiasm for learning is refreshing.” He made new friends, processed new information and most importantly he kept his mind open to new ideas and ways of doing things. The gift of youth is still in his favor. He is flexible and adaptable. How can we as adults recapture the malleability of youth and stay “teachable”? Perhaps the answer, is to be willing to try new things and to let go of the old ideas about how life should be. When we cultivate an attitude of excitement about the unknown rather than fear or dread, we may just find that life brings us amazing surprises.

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The month of July always causes me to reflect on freedom. Perhaps the greatest liberation we can attain in this lifetime is freedom from our past. The voices of our family of origin may still share space in our heads. However, when we consciously seek to free ourselves from old programming and beliefs, we then walk the path of our true selves. My birthday is on the 5th of July. I am thinking about how honored I am to have an identical twin sister this lifetime. She mirrors my own innocence, beauty, strength and struggle. We survived the same crazy upbringing that forced us to become fiercely independent at a young age. Yet, we also have each other to lean on when life gets hard. I am very grateful that my soul choose to have a soul sister to share this incredible journey with. I have had the opportunity of learning to free myself from my identification of who I am in the “twin set” and acquire the ability to feel complete on my own and listen to my unique soul’s inspiration. My heart still yearns for that deep completion that only happens when I am with my twin but I know I am enough just being me now. What voice of the past is holding you captive that you are ready to release during this month of freedom?

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My grandson just graduated from elementary school. The ceremony was very moving and inspiring. I like that our society is beginning to encourage more formal celebrations of meaningful impasses in life. As we grow older the opportunities to ceremoniously honor our growth and change become less and less. Yet, we are always growing and evolving all the time because life usually manages to bring us opportunities to mature and learn. We discover along the path of life that we must become our own best champions, regardless of what anyone else thinks. When we can celebrate our “little wins” like staying calm when something unfortunate or unexpected happens, or being positive when we are afraid, then we truly have acquired the gift of maturity. Although we don’t get to wear a cap and gown or be adorned with leis, we can smile inside to know how far we have come along this journey of life, and we never really graduate until our final breath.

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Mother’s Day is this month and I am feeling grateful that I am learning how to be a loving, and kind mother to my inner child. I used to have a critical voice in my head that demanded perfection and was intolerant of mistakes. Now I am loving myself and celebrating my imperfections and weaknesses as a part of my humanity. When I respond with gentleness to myself, then I am opening the door of my heart to acceptance. This self-care enables me to open to my intuition and deeper knowing because my innocent inner child feels safe to feel and be, and the seat of my intuition is a healthy and happy inner child.

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