Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Regarding Health Care: Drunk on Lilacs?

These luxurious blooms SMELL as pretty as they LOOK!

As we dropped papers onto peoples' porches and stuffed their boxes with the morning news there was a rare deliciousness in the air.  When we began our journey that spans 120 customers or so there was a  short-lived sprinkle in the air.  It was as if God might be spritzing the earth to freshen us all. 
It may have taken longer than necessary to make our appointed rounds because yours truly, feeling greedy for all that sweet perfume,  just could not seem to breathe deeply enough to get all the desired aroma.  So, just like a child, I dawdled, satisfying my olfactory system all the while.

The Linden trees are utterly splendorous now.  The blossoms are delicate and sweet and full  of  delicate, exquisite pleasure.  The apple trees are decked out in all their finery, too.  I'm sure there are others, but those are the ones we encountered this morning.  Ah, just like fine wine, I drank that air in and felt exhilarated!

Thoughts of flowers wafted through my cranium.  Isn't it interesting how buds seem to suddenly become flourishing and showy and then, almost as quickly as they gained their perfection, they begin to droop and wane?

What about PEOPLE?  We come to this world as tiny, dependent creatures and evolve into beautiful, skillful, wonderful and loving beings.  Then, many birthdays later, people have trouble standing or opening jars or remembering.  Like flowers, people begin to lose their luster and fade away.

This underscores the critical importance of living in the NOW.  We no longer have yesterday; tomorrow is not here yet.  That's one reason the PRESENT is such a GIFT.

Does your life feel as if it's waning, slipping away without you?  Are your relationships unsatisfactory?  Do you feel as if all your needs are being met?  Are you well?  Are you happy and peaceful and filled with joy and love and zest for life?  If there is something you'd change about your situation, using The Healing Codes will most certainly make the transition much smoother.

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  1. Shame on you. The way you write and describe everything it makes me jealous of you for getting up and getting to be the first ones to enjoy the part of the day when it is quite and the smells are delicious. You are truly honored to have such a roll and then to bring it back to those of us that sleep in to also enjoy.

    Thank you,

  2. Why, thank you, Renita. So glad you popped by. Didja see the lilac bush on your way in? They are just laden with fragrance!

    Do you remember the Linden tree we had in our last home? It was always so pretty and inviting in the spring of the year.

    Mother Connie LOVES having guests. Come back any time and sit and chat. I'll make us some coffee, too.

    Mother Connie

  3. And most important, any time of the year, is just to take time throughout the glorious gift of being present, is to take time to breathe deeply! Thanks, Connie, for always reminding us to stay in the present, breathe deeply and be well! Love you! Nancy

  4. And thank YOU, Nancy, for happening by and leaving your thumbprint! You and I have done some breathing in the past; I hope we can share some time and a meal again soon! That would be a PRESENT for Mother Connie, that's for sure!

    Mother Connie

  5. My internet mommy!!! So glad you found my site too! :] Thanks for the very very kind words, I always appreciate them. I'd love to be able to hang out at your place some day in the very hopefully near future, have some food and sing for you!

    BTW, I really really loved this post, especially about the part of "living in the now" - I've been hearing that a lot since about August of last year when I attended a seminar. I do believe that, and it has really changed my outlook in life.

    Much much love and hugs,

  6. Oh, my little R0ckerGirl! What a TREAT to have YOU stop by here! You and I are truly linked up now, for sure.

    Isn't it interesting like a simple concept-living in the now-and a well timed seminar can just give you a whole new lease on life?

    You are destined for greatness, Imee! Thanks again for coming to Mother Connie's place!

    Hugs Hugs Hugs
    Mother Connie


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