Autumn symbolizes the transition between Summer expansion and Winter introversion. The September 23rd Equinox marks a moment of balance between day and night, from which nights get longer and days shorter. It coincides with the Sun entry in the sign of Libra, which sheds a new light on what needs to be balanced and harmonized in our lives. 🌈
Our ancestors celebrated at this time the "Mabon", with sacred rituals of gratitude for the harvests, achievements and blessings received. This pagan tradition teaches us the importance of gratitude. It is not enough to put intentions on what we want to attract into our lives. We should be grateful every day for what we receive, learn, and experience, for only in this way we connect with the vibration of abundance, believing that we deserve to live with love and prosperity. 🙏
After several months retrograde, Saturn returned to direct movement last week, which translates into an unlocking of situations that appeared to be stagnant, confused and uncertain. This is the moment when the fruits of our hard work finally begin to unfold.
The Waning Moon of these coming days is a good time to conclude and resolve issues, to re-examine our plans and achievements and to prepare for a new lunar cycle that begins on September 28th. Embrace this moment of detachment, finding within yourself the necessary tools for acceptance and liberation. 🍁
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What a blessed time I had at SOUL Church in downtown Dallas where @SarahLiberman was performing. SOUL Church caters to the homeless and holds their service in an outside parking lot surrounded by a chain linked fence and barbed wire. They had tents set up with rows of chairs with several tables of food and drinks for when after the service was over.
The Fire of His Spirit 🔥🔥🔥was definitely on Sarah this morning...and that is no exaggeration. She sang a Hebrew song and the people responded with raising hands, dancing, cheering...praising God.
A group formed in front and she got on her knees in the parking lot and prayed for them. A few people wanted her to personally pray for them and then a line formed and she prayed for each of them.
She played a song from her new CD which is awesome...I’ll post more vids later. You can pre order her new CD from her website. It will help her get it paid for. Based on the song I heard, it will be worth it.
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In 1969, Watertown’s Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church was destroyed by a fire that mysteriously started in the basement. Fifty years later, Notre Dame would burn as well.
In our podcast this week, we talk about what happens when a community loses its house of worship, how people band together and what firefighters are doing today to protect sacred artifacts from being destroyed in the future.
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T is for Tropes!!
Here is a list of 5 tropes that supposedly we never get tired of... Do you agree or disagree with these
1. Boy who pretends he doesn't love girl ( but really does). 2. The Gruff older character whose life is changed by a precocious child.
3. The plain Jane who gets her man.
4. The unlikely hero of humble origins.
5. The love triangle.
I can say that I haven't tired of any of these! Even number 4 that really gets used a lot... I don't care and still love them!! Number 5 is a personal fav! What about you