four prayers i wish for you on this tuesday
I am typing this as I stare at three candles in front of me that state good health, abundance, and peace. I also see a small trinket with the word love and a buddha right next to it. There is also a work of art that has the word hope on it. On the right of me, I have a handwritten message that states, "Be the change you want to see in the world," along with a small clutch that has the peace sign on it. However, I don't feel light right now. I feel an odd sense of heaviness. Perhaps, my empathic ways are simply sensing what's around me or perhaps, I am sensing what's inside. I guess what I am learning right now, in this moment, is that you can surround yourself with all the reminders of goodness and still not feel align with it on the inside. It reminds me of the holidays. Sometimes, we decorate our pain with bright colors and wrapped packages in hopes to cover up our sorrows. And holiday songs can't fix heavy wounds - but I believe God can so with that said, I wish to share and send four prayers for you, for us, on this Tuesday.
I pray you and your loved ones - blood-related and otherwise - will be blessed with good health. I pray that you and your loved ones will be filled with healing energy and notice the wounds and the mending all at once.
I pray you and your loved ones - blood-related and otherwise - will recognize the abundance that surrounds you all every single day. I pray you and your loved ones begin to appreciate the many blessings that are not hidden once the veil has been lifted and the truth is found.
I pray you and your loved ones - blood-related and otherwise - will finally find your inner peace - the unbreakable kind, the unshakeable kind. I pray you and your loved ones will not let the waves of life overcome them and find the steadiness in the middle of it all.
And lastly, I pray for you and your loved ones - blood-related and otherwise - lots of love, support, guidance, and positivity because we all need that.
This is talk Tuesday so please feel free to share a prayer for all of us. There's nothing wrong with more prayers. The more, the merrier!