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Connecting the Dots

God’s goodness reigned down on me yesterday!

It’s clear.  Crystal clear.

Everything that happens in one’s life is connected.

Some connections click instantly, others take time.

I think that the significant and life changing connections take the longest.

God plants the seeds.  

It’s up to us to figure out how to nurture and grow that seed.

When the time is right and that seed is ready to open up, God returns and opens the door.

 

Something unraveled before my very eyes.

All in one afternoon!  

While in the moment, my mind kept on clicking, putting pieces of past together to come up with a colorful picture that is just about ripe for the picking.

This is going to be a great harvest year for me!

I know it.  I feel it.

It’s that rare feeling one gets inside when something divine takes place.

I sat in in silence in my bathroom chair and wept.

 

Tears of relief, tears of joy and gratitude!

It was not a long ceremony just a quick, hard and heartfelt cry of release.

So hard that I developed a headache after!

Things have shifted once again and I am excited, hopeful and ready.

God heard me, quite precisely, I must say.

It was quite an enlightening afternoon having figured that connections even from way back do have a way of returning with sensibility and purpose.

 

I get why I love to knit.

It’s a silent reminder that all things are connected.

Stitch after stitch, the end result is a project nicely put together.

Whether a pair of socks or a beanie, a wrap or a blanket, it’s the stitches of different kinds that make a beautiful project.

Just as it happens life, various connections, lessons learned here and there, time and effort all make a great end result.

 

Everything I do is somehow connected to each other.

Just when I finished a knitting project an opportunity comes my way.

I am ready to take myself into yet another level of my journey.

 

Bring it on Universe!

 

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