What a day!

Today started out normal, than my daughter called to tell me she was going to ER with my  16 year old grandson.  5 days earlier he had a tonsillectomy. He woke up this morning vomiting blood.
Needless to say I rushed right over to hospital, my plan for this morning was to go to the dentist, a new dentist this was to be my introduction.

When I got to the ER my daughter told me that my grandson had requested me, saying that he felt better when I was around, safer. He and I have a very unique relationship, he loves my magic and embraces the truth of my practice. I see who he is, his larger self and that is why he wants to be around me. To be truly seen.

Why does he see me? Because, he sees himself, he is magic too.

You can not see what you are not. When you have doubts about the spiritual, you don't know your own spirit. We all have it, I am not special because I know, embrace and believe.  I have delved into the endless self and found myself there.

The most important mission we have in life is to acknowledge ourselves and understand that we have arrived on this planet to improve ourselves, meet our souls and enrich all life.

There is no striving that can fulfill our souls need to be known and respected. The greatest relationship with another person is for both of you to see each other beyond the physical, to connect with the heart and spirit. Then it is much easier to overlook each others weaknesses, we can understand that they are human, but their actions that are annoying is not the entirety of who they are. It is so much easier to live with that knowledge.

When we harshly judge others we are judging ourselves. The kinder you are to yourself and your own weakness, the kinder you are to others.
Stop being a mean judge of yourself. Give your humanity a break. Self acceptance and love is the best gift you can give yourself.  You are the only one that can do it.

Write a sweet note to yourself every day for at least 3 weeks. Let me know how you feel at the end of those 3 weeks.
Love and blessings, Malka

Oh, I brought them home with me to get an extra shot of love.  He is doing much better.

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