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Where We Are Now

A friend send me this picture, I loved it and could not resist posting it. Then I asked if any of my guides would like to comment. Therese of Lisieux (The Little Flower) answered.

Therese: Absolutely. This is what is meant by adaptability. Each one of you has the ability to revise your life structures and, with the impetus of this virus, are being encouraged to do so. The acceptance of this dog, nay, enjoyment of his new hobby can encourage us all to remember each dog or other animal that has blessed our lives with beauty, affection and unconditional love.

How many of you smile now to be accompanied in this time of separation and stress by a four-footed emissary of the Divine? How many of you find your spirits lifted by the affection, repose, or happy energy emanating from these creatures?

Have you not realized that these little missionaries have come to us in this time to remind us of what it is to be of God? To be uncomplaining and joyful, to appreciate what we have and not look for another life that might be more fulfilling or powerful.

What I want to say to you is that where you are is where you are supposed to be. Around you are the people, the task, the grief and joy that is yours to imbibe with great appreciation and respect. When you are forced to slow down, there a door opens for the Christ to enter in.

As you sit with your hand on your comforting friend, think of Jesus who also comes to you in comfort but whose presence is not always noticed. Open your heart and mind, lift your senses to the awareness of His presence and that of His messengers.

We are with you, we can comfort you even as your little friends have taught you. Let us in, and the light you receive will illuminate your path, a path you can take without anxiety or conflict for we are with you on that journey. Ask for your angels and your guides. They will come, and then you can work from anywhere.

April 2, 2020

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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Apr 03, 2020

Thank you Ann for all your supportive and inspiring posts including this one!

I would for one would be sunk without my 2 dogs even in the best of times !


Apr 02, 2020

Loved the picture😃. We are so lucky to have one of our daughters living with us along with her little four legged “fur baby”. He is so easily pleased: a little food, a little attention, a little nap, and he is a happy guy.

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