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It is often the simple things that lead to awakening. Just driving around my neighborhood yesterday I noticed a new store that just opened. The name of the store is Serendipity.

According to Wikipedia, Serendipity means a “fortunate happenstance” or “pleasant surprise”. It was coined by Horace Walpole in 1754. In a letter he wrote to a friend Walpole explained an unexpected discovery he had made by reference to a Persian fairy tale, The Three Princes of Serendip. The princes, he told his correspondent, were “always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things which they were not in quest of”.

I would disagree with this definition,  just ever so slightly. We are always in quest of something on the soul level. I was not looking for a new store yesterday, but it caught my attention because the word is one that I would recognize as a symbol. The soul and higher self is always alert and awake, gently guiding our physical being towards mastery.

So in honor of the Easter holy-day and the warm breeze streaming in on this sunny Eclipse Saturday, I am republishing this post Everything Old is New Again. I included a few more favorites to the mix that reveal everyday magic.  Have a simply awakening weekend!

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Oh how I love this quote! As promised, I am ” resurrecting” some older posts for newer readers to enjoy and long time viewers to rediscover!

This first group of posts features synchronicity, exploration of alternate realities, and a sprinkling of magic.

josephine wall bubble

calendars-and-collisions

collisions-and-mortadella-the-sequel

scenes-from-an-indian-restaurant-collisions-of-parallel-time

cookies and collisions ~ a holiday tale

collisions with gaia

caffeine and collisions: thoughts are things

calling-all-angels

did-you-get-the-call?

lucky litebeing

my-awakening-experience

returning-home-part-v-pendle-hill

windows into my soul

cds-and-collisions

kindness-collisions-abound

 

This grouping embodies the main purpose of this blog,  to inspire through the examination of the extraordinary in daily living, one story at a time.

Please let me know if you are able to perform alchemy by transforming older material into brand new inspiration and light!

 

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image credit: painting by Josephine Wall

8 comments on “Everything old is new again and again..

  1. hi linda and dex.
    hope youre feeling better, and we hope the serendipity store is as awesome on the inside as it sounds on the outside.
    hugs,
    o and om

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi O and OM.
      I am in a lot of pain and not sure how I am doing. Still taking meds and seeing doctor for tests, etc. I could use plenty of serendipity and prayers.

      love and hugs,
      dexinda

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      1. Hi dexinda.
        Just saw this and wanted you to know that both of us are sending prayers for your renewed strength and your quick, as pain free as possible, recovery.
        Hang in there and do keep blogging. It’s times like these that keeping as close as you can to connections and spiritual loved ones will help you get better faster.
        All the best. And please keep us updated on your complete diagnosis.
        Hugs. O and om. ♡

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  2. alohaleya says:

    Hope you’re feeling better today Linda…what an intense weekend it was! ❤ Aleya

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Aleya,
      Thanks for the warm wishes. Still pretty sick, trying to be strong and patient. Ready for relief from the intensity.

      hugs,
      Linda

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  3. You blog always holds its own sprinkle of magic Linda… Enjoy your break in Action and to answer your question… I think I am always transforming older postings into new material LOL. beautiful Art graphic Linda… Love to you.. Have a beautiful week… Hugs Sue xxx ❤

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Sue,
      Hope you are enjoying Spring on your side of the pond. I am doing the best that I can. Weather is lovely with forsythia in bloom. My body has other ideas and I am working on panicking less and trusting that I will fully recover.

      love and light,
      Linda

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      1. It will recover dear Linda.. Trust and know you are healed x

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