Purveyor

I truly hope that your new year is starting out with all the good stuff that life brings!

Everyone who follows my blog and my other social media outlets knows that I’m not a purveyor of negative news and I don’t plan to start now. It’s just that there are some big changes heading our way, not just here in the U.S., but all throughout our environment, all over this planet.

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The Earth herself is changing and so are we. We are all energy … and there are waves of energy hitting our planet now that are huge. This energy has been with us for a while and is increasing at this time. Have you felt out of sorts lately? Many people I speak with are feeling it. In fact, it affected how lots of us felt about this past Christmas. This particular holiday, even more so than others, is all about buy, buy, buy. I just can’t get into that mode anymore. Most of my friends said the same thing. The majority of us realize that the buy, buy, buy mentality is over. Yeah, it’s great to give gifts but let it be because you think that gift will make someone feel good, not because the pressure of the holiday season is upon you. My facebook news feed was filled with wishes of love for family and friends, and not one mentioned what they “got” for Christmas. It was truly wonderful.

But back to the changes. Whatever happens, be it earth changes, political structures, monetary impacts, try not to be in fear. Maybe nothing will happen of a huge consequence. I hope not. That’s all I can say. Just know that you have a force that is bigger and walks beside you … always. Trust in that. Trust in your powers of highest discernment and assist others to do the same.

Do I believe in being prepared with extra water, food, and life’s necessities? Absolutely!

God bless you. Namaste’

 

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Santa Catalina Mountains

Today’s photo is of the Santa Catalina mountains – the view from the parking lot of the supermarket that I inhabit frequently.  Our fair city is surrounded on all four sides by mountain ranges, but these are my personal favorites.  The tallest peak is Mt. Lemmon, standing proud at a little over 9,000 feet.  I think this range is the most majestic, especially late in the day.  Had some fun with some text effects on this one.  Namaste.