I am nature’s greatest miracle. I am a unique creature. Never has there been another.
I am feeling the love this week as I emerse myself in scroll IV. This scroll has, so far, been the most powerful for me. Although I am pretty sure I have felt that way with each new scroll. Of course there is a progression, it is all on purpose! Although I know these words I needed to hear, to feel and to beleive. So often as a young woman I felt rather ordinary, plain, uninteresting, not too smart, not too pretty, not very funny and so on. I frankly wondered why anyone would want to be freinds with me.
Thankfully I have overcome most of those thoughts, and there is a little left that I am overcoming. Even when the words no longer feel true, when those thoughts become foreign to who I know I am, I think this affirmation will still have a profound effect. I see nature’s miracle, the miracle that begins but does not end with our birth, daily. I work in labor and delivery and I have the distinct honor and privilege to help bring new life into this world. I see the miracle. I grab this emotion and hold it like a precious baby to he nurtured and carried forth through the entirety of life. We are nature’s greatest miracle. I see it in my fellow mankind, and I see it in me.
“Today my old skin has become as dust and they will know me not, for today I am a new woman with a new life.”
I can be what I will to be. I persist. I succeed. I am nature’s greatest miracle.
I always keep my promises. Love and light.
I began this post directly after the week 15 Sunday webinar, when I was inspired! Computer issues made it so that I am posting it now… one week later. I am grateful that I wrote while I was inspired, because as I was reading my words I felt that energy, that love and passion I was feeling when it was originally written.
Love and light. ~Marda