A few years ago I was having a reading done by a medium-psychic, and in her reading she told me I had recently saved someone. She asked me if I remembered anything like that or knew of anyone near me that was struggling. She said it was a young women, who was considering taking her life and that I saved her. I considered my past few days and could only recall one young woman dressed in black with a black shawl or hoodie over her head at the post office. She had caught my attention when I entered even though we did not talk or communicate in any direct way. I would guess she was in her twenty’s and although she seemed very mysterious, I didn’t notice or do anything specific that I thought would connect us. The psychic told me that my very presence and loving energy in that moment, space in time, provided the fuel and gave her the support and hope she needed to continue to live that day. To this day, I wonder where and how she might be, as I will never forget her.
I believe there is a connection between all things, and becoming aware of this is important in terms of the broader effect we are creating. Our very essence and presence has a very profound affect.
There are times when we may feel disenfranchised or disconnected from the world. Yet, the truth is that our simplest thought or action – the decisions we make each day, and how we show up and relate to the world – can be incredibly significant and have a profound impact on the lives of those around us, as well as the world at large. I believe that the earth and everything on it is bound by an invisible connection between people, animals, plants, the air, the water, and the soil. Insignificant actions on our part, whether positive or negative, can have an impact on people and the environment that seem entirely separate from our personal realm of existence. Staying conscious of the interconnection between all things can help us think of our choices and our life in terms of the broader effect we may be creating.
It reminds me of a story of a young woman dressed in black!
”Blessings on your journey”
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Beautiful!! Thank you!!