**Note: I’ll be offline from today until early next week! Have a wonderful week everyone, I love you all.**
I’m leaving today for a 7-day retreat in the woods. The overall intention of the retreat is to experience the peace, the love within each of us. I am so ready to go!
Well, actually the thing that may be more accurate is: I’m ready to come Home. To know fully and completely that I am home inside of myself. I’ve made SUCH amazing strides in this!
I just ask at this time, for a deeper experience of compassion, of peace, and of love. My intention is to receive this gift of awareness.
I wish all of you a beautiful week. I’ll be off of internet. Please keep contributing to Forgiving Fridays – I’ll post all of your awesome posts next Friday!! Two weeks of forgiveness. (How cool is that?)
One of my favorite ways to forgive is through photography and poetry. See below for a photo I just took of me and my little girl – I was a baby. And a poem on the hope of forgiveness. Feel free to share your creativity too!
I love you.
**This is my contribution for Frank’s challenge, Golden & my second contribution to Nikki’s creative prompt, Friendship. I am opening to an experience of home & friendship inside of me that lights me up with love. (Frank it’s golden.) ❤ Thank you so much!**
Here is me and a photo of me as a baby – I love myself & I forgive myself for any and all ways I forget to give myself love ❤ . I am so grateful for my self-kindness:
Here is my poem on forgiveness – it’s the first one I did for Forgiving Fridays!
Every day was a day
Drink in the love….it starts starts starts with
you receiving your own blessing.
Every day was a day to
See and hear and feel the wings of
L-O-V-E singing its name (OH what is that name, help ok got it ____ peace)
The dove comes to you not in your
Understand, not in your Coax, not in the -ing of
It comes in the “What if…..?” The
questioning of your being-ness, the hyphen shows
the way because it connects you,
every breath, every
to the God, the source, the river
of going home.
With “I forgive”