I really wanted to send all of my followers a personal message but some of y’all don’t have messaging abilities (or I can’t find it on your layout).
I’ve moved this blog to another one which is here.
Right now I’m just moving things over but this blog will be deleted within the next week or so. If you would like to follow that one, please do so as I would love to have you!
If you decided that this just isn’t really the kind of blog you thought it would be. It’s okay if you unfollow. There is no hard feelings as I want everyone to be happy and encouraged in their journey. I never want to be a hindrance to that ^_^
Blessed be, darlings! See y’all on the other blog!
Satisfaction is not a measure of what I have or what I do, but of what I believe. Today I give my best effort to all that I do. I tap into the creativity of ideas, the discipline of patience and the compassion of understanding. I release self-criticism and the judgment of others. I am everything I need to be to do my best. The works of my mind and hands and heart are a blessing.
My attention is not drawn to comparing what others have to what I have or don’t have. Nourished, sheltered and loved through the gods’ gifts, I focus my attention on the plenty in my life. I am thankful to be one of the goddesses children, endowed with more than enough, to have and to share.
Something you can easily find at any herbal shop is sage tea. This Mediterranean herb has the power to calm and soothe people like no other.
(written by Brandy Griffin)
Eggs are a symbol of life, creation, birth and rebirth. Over the centuries, eggs have been revered, cursed, collected, broken, eaten, buried, filled, and used in innumerable ways by humans desiring to tap their mysterious energies (Cunningham, 1996). Some see the earth itself as an egg. Eggs provide protein, which sustains life, as does the earth.
In Hindu mythology, Shiva created an egg out of which the earth and sky were formed. Other deities associated with eggs include Osiris, Aphrodite, Venus, and Eostra. In many mythologies throughout the world, eggs are linked with the divine.
According to some, eggs not only produce life (when fertilized), they also symbolize life itself. The shell represents earth; the membrane represents air; the yolk is fire; the white is water. Eggs have even been used to save human lives, being sacrificed in place of humans in some ancient cultures.