Continuing the journey…

This is what my bowl of blessing rocks looked like when we set them up on my display table at the event we recently attended in Southern California.

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This is what remained in the bowl when packing up the display and I noticed several of the rocks with blessing words were missing, as well as the precious heart-shaped green stone that has such deep meaning for me.

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Some have suggested that perhaps the bowl looked like the words were for the taking, like a candy bowl. For next time, that will be a great idea.

Actually the words for the taking were upstairs in my healing room with a lovely note to do just that: “Take a meaning-filled re:word with you.”

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But it’s not a far fetched idea and it’s also possible the rocks were taken by children. Whoever has them I wish the blessing of that word will multiply in their lives and be passed on to others.

As I arranged the rocks to be put back on display in my healing room at home, Joy showed up and within a few seconds so did Grace. Both very timely.

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Sometimes the good we seek is within our reach all the time. God grant me eyes to see the good, to take it in and hold it in my heart long enough to bring lasting fruit from the experience.

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