Most everyone is familiar with the phrase “grand entrance.”
When a baby is born, she or he makes a grand entrance. When the bride begins her walk down the aisle, she makes a grand entrance. When Scarlett O’Hara famously walked down the stairs of Tara, she made a grand entrance.
When we leave a room, a relationship, a job, or even a movie theater, we’re making an exit. (At least in the movie theater the Exit sign is clearly marked – ha!)
When we pass from this world to what’s waiting for us on the other side, we make another exit.
Entrances and exits are simply beginnings and endings. Hopefully our energy imprints will bring joy to the space between our beginnings and endings … for the highest good of all concerned.
P.S. – Happy Independence Day to all of my U.S. friends! May you find new beginnings that feed your spirit.
I thought it might be a good idea to practice my violin today. Just kidding 🙂 I wish I could play this instrument, but maybe in my next life … hehehe!
For all of my American friends and family, have a safe, playful and joyful Independence Day. Fly our flag proudly. Namaste’
Independence Day. We celebrate July 4th each year in honor of our Declaration of Independence created 237 years ago, and personally I pray that no more of our civil liberties are infringed upon.
Happy Birthday, America! I hope all of you and your loved ones enjoy a safe and happy holiday. Be safe with your fireworks. Namaste’
Happy Independence Day to all of you beautiful people!
Independence Day, the commemoration of America’s independence of the British Crown on July 4, 1776, has somehow gravitated to wishing others a Happy 4th of July. What’s up with that? I don’t understand. That’s like saying Happy 31st of May instead of Happy Memorial Day. Our forefathers fought hard and a lot of lives were lost so that we could be a free country. FREE = INDEPENDENCE. So I say to you … Happy Independence Day and may God continue to bless us all.
One of my fellow bloggers wrote a great post for today and I’d like to share it with you: WE THE PEOPLE.
The photos are of today … first one of our flag and subsequent ones as the summer storm hit and flooded our back yard. Yee Haw! Lots of lightning, thunder and rain … glorious rain! I was so excited to see our parched desert get a gigantic drink of water. Namaste’