Thursday, July 1, 2010

Remembering The Truth of Things

Michael and I are headed east until next week. It's an unexpected trip as one of the men he used to work with died very suddenly the other day. He was 43 years old. Sad. Very.

This morning, this was my daily meditation, and at first I didn't think it was even appropriate, but with further consideration, I know that it is so I'm sharing it with you, too:

In case you didn't know, you couldn't tell, or you haven't heard, if you're reading this right now on a computer, Holly, you're rich. If you have somewhere to go today, you're connected. And if there is anyone, anywhere, who for any reason knows where you are in this moment, you are loved.Yes, it's more than correct...because of the computer, because of the need for me to go and pay my respects to another. Most particularly because I make that sad journey with the love of my life. We share it together. And, I know that so many know where I am, even in those moments when I don't have a clue where my head is! So I am loved.

And, while I am back east, I am starting the first phase of a pretty marvelous consulting project that I landed recently. So yeah...

I do have a great deal to make me smile and remember the truth of things.

I'll see you when I get home! Love your life while I'm gone and tell me all about it when I get back to you soon.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Is Blessed


Eva Gallant said...

In truth, many of us have much for which we should be thankful! So sorry for the loss of your husband's friend.

Joanna Jenkins said...

So sorry to hear of you loss-- It seems to make it all the worse because your friend was so young. Sending prayers and hugs.

We really are blessed aren't we. To be loved is the greatest gift of all.

A new consulting job-- Do tell! I hope you're loving it!

Safe travels back east. I'll be thinking about you.

xo jj

beth said...

that "universe love" was in my inbox this morning, too and it's one of my favorites now.....

i'm so sorry your trip is due to a young, so unfair....

Cinner said...

Holly, so sorry to hear about your husbands friend and only 43. very very sad. Wishing you a safe journey,and you are definately loved my friend. cant wait to hear about your consulting job. you are in my thoughts and prayers. hugs.

Not So Glamorous Housewife said...

Thinking of you and sending thoughts of a safe trip your direction.

Robyn said...

Lovely to read that you are able to travel together to farewell a soul.

Have a safe journey and I look forward to your return.

love to you
Robyn xxx

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