"Story Lady"

Friday, December 31, 2004

Bring It In


New Year's Eve Posted by Hello
You are welcome to join us this evening at 11 PM.
We will be offering a service at Spiritual Pathways Center.
When it becomes the "Official New Year" we will celebrate.
Begin the year in God's Presence.
Hi-De-Ho!

Saturday, December 25, 2004

Light


Mr. Dill and i got to provide the Holy Night music for Unity Christ Church during the candle lighting ceremony. You would have enjoyed it. The minister began explaining there is nothing special about the candles - everything we were using was a sign or symbol to remind us of God. The service had twelve readers - each lit a candle of a different color representing "twelve powers" - names of God to us - and the minister wrote it in such an excellent way - each reader would say "This is the gift we give the world . . . . "

For instance, Imagination - the reader imagined a world of peace, of plenty . . . for Renunciation the reader gave the gift of wiping the slate clean of all grievances (I could see the world being relieved of error - just like clearing temp. files, cookies, ad-ware or virus off the computer) -

Here's what I really wanted to tell you. Everyone gets to light a candle and then set it in the sand provided - when everyone has finished we turn off all the electric light so the people can view the blaze we created together . . . but, the service was better attended than expected - and there weren't enough candles for everyone. The minister offered another way for everyone to enjoy the event - but, immediately, every presenter (musicians included) gave their candles to the ushers - so there'd be more available . . . . after everyone had passed by the candle table - the minister asked if Mr. Dill & i would like to light our candles - I no longer had one, so i kept smiling and indicated I'd pass . . . except, the usher had plenty in his hand - when I understood there were candles - Mr. Dill and i got up and lit ours, adding it to the light - the last person to hold a candle to the "Christ Flame" was the minister . . . . then there was still one candle left.


The minister thought for a moment - maybe it was for the world, then he thought it might be for all the people who do not yet understand they are the light of the world - they are the Christ . . . then he lit the last one and added it to the collection of already burning candles.

We don't know how there got to be enough candles to share & spare - (I was glad it wasn't fish.) It's like the Macabbe mystery of oil (Hanukkah Story) - all i know is it happened - and even the minister couldn't keep the tears back.

It's Christmas.
Alleluia
Christ Georgy - reporting in


Hi-De-Ho!

Monday, December 20, 2004

Oh My Fur & Whiskers!

What a challenge yesterday was.
By mid-evening I wanted to throw myself away.
Ms. Osa, my "new" dog decided to take matters into her own paws. 
I opened the back gate to let her into the yard after our evening walk. 
I unsnapped the leash so she could run really fast into the yard.
It's fun for her to try to sneak up on any bunnies that may be hiding in the bushes. 
Instead she got a gleam in her eye and raced across the alley.
Then she swiveled around to look at me and raced across the yard of the apartment complex
two yards away from us.  She literally looked like a streak of shadow passing by.
Oh golly, I was really concerned.  Our neighborhood is so urban.  The traffic in front of our home
is rapid and uncaring (unforgiving) and Ms. Osa is black which makes her hard to see.
I started to pray and walked slowly around the block, hoping she would think herself very clever
and find me to gloat.  When I got around to my own front door, there she was, waiting to be let in.
 
I spent part of the evening refusing to talk with her.  if she tried to sit next to me on the sofa,
 I would moved to another side of the room.  If I had a treat, i turned my back as if there was no dog in the room.
Eventually I stopped be angry with myself.
All seems well this morning.
I will be extra cautious from now on.
 
Whew.
Hi-De-Ho! 

Make Mine the Dream, please.

"If you have your choice between the money and the dream, take the dream every time." - Kent L. Brown Jr's grandmother, Caroline Myers, co-founder with her husband, Garry Myers, of the magazine Highlights For Children in 1946

Hi-De-Ho!

Friday, December 17, 2004

From the Christmas Calendar

"Beauty is simply Reality seen with the eyes of love."
Evelyn Underhill
Hi-De-Ho!

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

A Royal Affirmation

I Am Listening to the Songs of Angels
Who Are Presenting Themselves
through My Intuition

Hi-De-Ho!

Monday, December 13, 2004

The Christmas Calendar

www.spirituality.com/ChristmasCalendar

I look forward to my visit every day.
Now you can go there, too.

Hi-De-HO!

Saturday, December 11, 2004

Psalm 42:8

Yet the Lord will command his lovingkindness in the daytime,
and in the night his song shall be with me,
and my prayer unto the God of my life.

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Blessed.

I have the best family.
I went to do chores yesterday.
When Ms. Osa and I got downstairs we found that -
even though we had keys to our new van, we had no van to use them in.
Evidently it has already found a new home.
The family God has given me all hold out their faith to keep me safe and secure.
I know all is well.  I know Love Itself is in control.
If I should slip at times - I have a strong family holding me up.
 
Blessed.  Blessed.
 
Hi-De-Ho!

Two Things

I have two things to say.

1. Nothing is impossible to God.
2. All things work together for good to those who love God.

I just wanted to tell you that.

Hi-De-Ho!

Saturday, December 04, 2004

Christmas Quote for this Day

"Keep Yourselves Busy With Divine Mind."
Miz E