Back to My Heart

I’m finding my way back to my heart. I should know by now that whenever I begin to judge someone or something, I’m slipping away from Love. Still, some things are so appalling, it’s like getting hit in the gut and it takes a bit of time to pull yourself back together. At least, that’s what happened to me. And, to let me know I’m back on track, my two hawk friends circled over me several times this morning. I was so happy to see them! It must be a state-of- being that attracts them–all uptight and they don’t see us. There was once a TV fantasy series where the main character could see through his animal friend’s eyes to know who needed help. I want to be just like him when I grow up.:)

Now that I think about it, a couple of weeks before my attitude-loss, I saw two large hawks on a roof two buildings down from us. They were impressive—the biggest I’d seen around here. I looked up at them and there was no contact made; it was like my greeting hit a wall and bounced back. Strange, I thought. Then I began to feel that if I were smaller, like a guinea pig or a rabbit, I would have been their lunch that day. I wanted to shoo them away! I was surprised because I had assumed all of God’s creatures were our friends. I’m not sure what was happening, but I think I’ll go with a dark wizard sent a couple of his minions as red-tailed hawks to check me out. Hah! My kids will cringe if they read this. Hey, I love fantasies—what can I say?

Many blessings sent your way for today and the weekend.

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4 thoughts on “Back to My Heart

  1. I can relate! One of the most inspiring things to me is when I see a bird just kinda sitting in the air… somehow just floating in the sky. I don’t know why it gives me such hope, but it does.

    • I think it’s because they’re higher up than us–they see a bigger picture and life down on the land probably looks pretty small sometimes. And, there is always hope. It comes from a particular a state-of-being, like tuning a radio to certain station. We just have to work harder at it than others.:)

  2. Hi there, I found you by the “heart” tag. I’m connecting with people who are on some level like minded. So I hope to speak to you in the near future.

    Hawk… well they certainly make their presence felt. its not like we notice mice in the wilderness that much. heh. regarding the judging:
    yes much judging comes from the brain, from our misjudging mind. It is quite imperfect, so knowing our imperfect mind enables us to notice its meanderings, all the while not really taking it that seriously.

    • Hi there, Thanks for taking the time to comment here. We’ve been having a discussion here about our imperfect minds and how easy it is to fall into dark-thinking. I agree that one of the best things we can do for ourselves is not to take our thoughts so seriously. I went to your website and I think one of the best things you could do to sell your book would be to give a short summary for each chapter. People aren’t too likely to buy without knowing what specific information is in the book. It might also help to sum up all the information about your homelessness into one paragraph, and focus more on how the book came to you and again, what is in it. Best of luck to you.

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