I’m currently reading “The Moses Code”, and it’s a fascinating experience. The book is about using “I am that I am” (God’s name) and just saying that phrase puts me in a much calmer and happier frame of mind. In general, reading the book has that effect.
It’s also reminding me that I am not alone, that I always am and always have been continuously guided. For example: As I went to bed Sunday evening, I noticed that my alarm clock wasn’t showing the correct time. The battery is running down. I couldn’t be bothered getting a fresh battery so I went and got my cell phone and used its alarm function. And that’s when I realized the wonderful synchronicity of the alarm clock’s timing: It was the only alarm I heard Saturday morning at 4:30 am. Had it not rung, I might not have had a pleasant half hour getting ready to meet Torleif for our birding adventure. I hadn’t reacted to my cell phone’s alarm which was set for 4:25. (Had to make sure I’d wake up, y’know.)
There have been some other things lately, other blessings, other little sparks of magic in the midst of a regular life (including tripping over “The Moses Code” itself). And it occurred to me that I must remember to be grateful, to truly appreciate what I have, what I get, what I am delighted by.
This blog post is my way of remembering to say thank you to the Universe. The blog itself is also a nice bit of magic, which gives me a lot of joy – and friends.
Thank you for reading. Thank you for visiting my blog.