Faith consists in believing when it is beyond the power of reason to believe. Voltaire
Why don’t you start believing that no matter what you have or haven’t done, that your best days are still out in front of you. Joel Osteen
There is nothing so pitiful as a young cynic because he has gone from knowing nothing to believing nothing. Maya Angelou
The soothsayer, the seer, yelled out to the politician on the podium, that harm would come to him before the Ides of March. Today is the anniversary of the Ides of March, March 15. No, this isn’t a prediction of today’s world. For centuries, the wise ones, the ones who hear, who “see” beyond what our naked eye can see, has told what will come. See, this story is from 44 BC. Julius Caesar, good friends with Brutus, and Cassius, was warned, prepared for what would come. Yet , even this day March 15 of the Roman Calendar, the Ides of March, as Caesar passed the seer, the prophet, on his way to the Theatre of Pompey, he mocked, stating, “ the ides of March have come. “ Yet the wise one said nothing, but “Ayem Caesar, but not gone.” See, he meant that although the time may have come, it had not yet passed, even so the prophecy will come. “ And it did. Before the day was done, Caesar looked at Brutus as he was passing to the journey to the other side, saying, “ Eh too, Bruti?”, So often, we are so sure in our mind, what the social media is telling us. We are so sure what we’ve found in telephone records, on text message, that we cannot see the possibilities that things are not as they seem, that as well, that the curve around the bend, everything will be different tomorrow, than the way we are living today. The amazement is that as Bro Joel says, no matter what we’ve done, or where we’ve been, thank the gods, tomorrow the sun will come out again after the storms. Thank the goodness that tomorrow, next week, next month, things will be better, things will perk up, good things will come! The seers, the ones who listen, who spend their days in reflection, come to prepare, to guide. These are not the miracles workers, cannot force anyone to have hope, to believe, but can prepare with faith, with truth, for the days to come
Animal totems: Stingray: Bro stingray glides through rough waters easily . This totem barely can see, but instinct alone helps guide him through the roughest places. Bro Stingray never seems to get lost, but following instinct, trusting in something higher than mere sight or “facts” will lead him exactly where he wants to go. His medicine teaches us to look below the surface, underneath the “facts” or “reality” to protect, to keep on going toward the dream
I am here my usual hours today. May the fairies dance around each of us today. Love ya, me, Cherokee, Cidro, Frankiecapone, sugar Fortune Cookie, T and the sweet spirit of Bob and Bets.