As I thought this morning of another attribute we could use for gardening and watering our life, resilience came.
Gently and quietly. Just as a seed that decides it is time to sprout and see ‘what’s up there.’
In some ways, resilience could be construed as the ability to withstand bad weather and reach higher. Just like a beautiful plant seeking the light of the sun.
Resilience is a quality of the human spirit; one we shall cherish and one we shall teach and share.
Mystically, as I searched through my computer for posts mentioning resilience, the two that showed up mentioned the Master Saint Germain, in one way (a book) or another (a channeling).
Let’s bask in our resilience this Thursday, dear Ones.
Master R began to speak in a low rumbling voice.
“Welcome initiates of the Holy Temple. We’ve come here to listen and see. All of you who walk the path of pathlessness have lost something or someone dear to them to get here. Even if that is your self. We are under no illusions. The path from the dark places to the light requires great courage, perseverance and resilience.
Diary of a Yogi by Guan Shi Yin
Rejoice, dear Humankind! Congratulate your brethren who have continued to fight for their right to live in dignity and freedom! Join with them in your hearts, with compassion for their suffering and awe for the resilience that is the human spirit. The spirit of cooperation and Love is rising, and you, Lightworkers, are the ones who will nurture and support the impulses toward Love and Freedom you see around the world.
Transcribed by Kathryn E. May, September 27, 2014
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