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Howdy litebeings,
I am reblogging this gem from last year’s Winter Solstice. It is full of hope and magic, which is so truly needed. I became ill last night so I will be celebrating at home. Once again, the Universe discovered I was moving too fast so she found a way to get my attention : sharp stabbing pains in my gut. Is this merely a sign that I am forced to heed, armed with colored pencils, candles, great books, and chicken broth? Or am I an empath deeply impacted by all the violence and division of the planet? Or do both apply? Does it even matter? What does matter is that more and more souls are waking up and taking action to help us heal and rebuild.

Let’s make Earth healthy again. ❤ to all and Happy Solstice to our global family. ( Winter in the North, Summer in the South)

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I once associated collisions with car accidents, but no more. Collisions are the cosmic meetings shrouded in mystery and orchestrated by Divine appointment. This blog is loaded with everyday tales of extraordinary magic. The more I share, the better I feel inside. Storytelling is my gift to the world.

This time of year is considered to be a time of frequent miracles. But if you frequent mainstream media lately, you will find assorted horrors and hate- based dreck. Way too many stories are told not to inspire, but to agitate or incite fear. I have had enough, how about you? But there is hope. I promise you, there is hope. I invite you to watch CBS evening news, especially the last five minutes of each broadcast. If you have more time, explore the magical CBS Sunday Morning show, where they bring extraordinary stories that are unlikely to be found in memes or…

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6 comments on “Kindness Collisions Abound

  1. Dear Linda, so sorry to hear you have fallen ill again this holiday time.. My thoughts are with you and I am sending you energy vibes over the airwaves..
    I hope you have some colourful art to share with us after Christmas.. In the mean time Take Care of yourself.. Listen to you body. ( I know you do ) and I so thank you for your sincere friendship, it means such a lot to me..

    Have a Peaceful Christmas…. Lots of LOVE..
    Sue xxx ❤

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Sue,
      I am feeling better, but still monitoring the situation and finishing antibiotics. The job and season are not agreeing with me lately. I feel sad and isolated and stressed out, which affects sleep and health. I have 3 days off now and plan to make the most of them. I have been more consistent with the art and it soothes my soul ( as you know).

      Wishing you a Merry Christmas and good cheer 🙂

      love to you my friend,


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      1. Sending hugs your way dear Linda.. And I hope your days off resting see you feeling better still.. I know you are not so fond of this time of year.. And connecting back with my art helped relax me, and take my mind off the world for a time..
        Enjoy your Peace.. Sending Much LOVE..
        Sue ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. Karin says:

    I’m sorry to hear that you are sick. Whatever the reason for your illness, I hope you find a way to deal with the pain and wish you a speedy recovery.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thank you Karin for your kindness. I am improving, but new pains are surfacing. Not surprising considering my stress level and discontent. Maybe some new posts will prove therapeutic. Grateful for 3 days off. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

      Big hugs to you,

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