A feeling of newness

Dear Ones,

I woke up this morning with a feeling of “newness.”

A feeling which is hard to pinpoint and yet what I could share is that this feeling of newness is different from other “newnesses” we have experienced.

That I know, for sure.

Possibly because of the passage we are in—a passage that leads to the Light; and possibly again, to a new world.

Time will tell. It is our ally.

I wasn’t looking for any confirmation of this newness, yet wanted to check my Mount Vernon calendar to see what had happened on April 16, the day we are gathering.

As destiny would have it, April 16, 1789—two-hundred-thirty-one years ago—is the day when George Washington left his oasis of Mount Vernon, Virginia, to become the first president of the United States.

What a newness this is!

A new country, a first president, a new function.

How much more ‘new’ can this be?

How much more ‘new’ can we wish for, personally and collectively?

And, more importantly, what are we going to do with this “newness” in our lives?

Mystically, it is our sixteenth communion of 2020—the one that marks our fourth anniversary—and it falls on the sixteenth day of the month of April.

Link to Facebook invitation:


About new desert

Nurturing the Gift of Seeking is about a spiritual "destination," a journey within, a new beginning, that eventually takes us where we are meant to arrive. Some call it Home, yet I am not sure what Home means, and where it is. Enjoy the journey, dear Ones! On this journey, what matters, first and foremost, is our seeking spirit. And the seed of perseverance--or faith, if you will. Happy journey, dear fellow Sisters and Brothers!
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