New Year’s blessings to all. Just recently I was reminded of a wonderful Eskimo proverb that I read many years ago, and which spoke to me again at the start of this New Year. Perhaps this proverb will speak to you in this New Year of hopeful rebirth, honest and meaningful transactions, and much-needed system changes that ultimately reduce injustices in our world.
May you find many New Beginnings and Heavenly Openings in 2018 and beyond. Melody
“Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven
where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us
to let us know they are happy.“
As with many weeks before over the years, this week I found myself giving away a small book of grace that has meant a lot to me over the years. The title of the book is Healing After Loss: Daily Meditations For Working Through Grief by Martha Whitmore Hickman. Ms. Whitmore Hickman wrote the book of daily readings after losing members of her own immediate family in a relatively short period of time. Many of my friends and family have joined me in praising the book. Perhaps you’ll want to check it out and see if it fits the needs of you and those in your own circles of friendship and family. Best wishes, Melody
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