A Bit of Stardust in the Mail

You may or may not receive memos from the Universe. Or you might call them something else.

For me, these memos are not everyday stuff, although the every day is forever altered. They are sharp, crisp, and incapable of being ignored.

Footprints 1013I know. I’ve tried.

Always, these memos are multifaceted, stardust settling in its own time and space. All is never as it appears.

Frequently, a friend and I share our respective memos from the Universe. We offer one another our perspectives–one can never have too many when looking through the life lens. Perspective provides patience.

And when I least expect it, more is revealed in some earthly form like a letter in my apartment complex mailbox on a Sunday morning.

It contains test results. Finally, a negative —no osteoporosis–results in a positive. Satisfactory the letter says.

In this moment, satisfactory is rather extraordinary. Indeed, even vast.endurance-0515 2

Be patient and endure while

The wind will calm, the waves subside

Draw back a step and realize

The boundless ocean, the vastness of heaven

As the stardust settles.

Aim for Even posts offer equanimity in daily doses. No day or dose is ever the same, even if the aim is.  You may read about the origins of Aim for Even here or on this site’s About page. 

 

 

 

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  1. It was a pleasant surprise; I know it will amaze a few physicians. 😉 Ah, the poetry is not mine but a translation of a Chinese saying that a friend gave to me. I need to make that clear in the post. Perhaps I’ll post the image.
    Karen

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