I am in a place of using everything that occurs as an activation — a way for me to move beyond fear, jump into new timelines, and experience more fun and magic. This happens in ways big and small daily when I choose to be present and keep my eyes open to see.
Last week I was gifted with some old items that belonged to me and my parents which the human/ego me immediately labeled as junk, don’t want to see this, don’t want to deal with this, etc. Needless to say, going through all of this stuff brought forth many emotions and memories, especially of my mom who passed away in 2004.
At the bottom of the box, I saw an old newspaper clipping that was cut out. It said:
“DEAR PRAYER: I found this prayer in my Union Prayer Book. It is the one Jews recite on Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) to honor the memory of a deceased mother:
In Memory of a Mother
“I remember thee in this solemn hour, my dear mother. I remember the days when thou didst dwell on earth, and thy tender love watched over me like a guardian angel. Thou hast gone from me, but the bond which unites our souls can never be severed; thine image lives within my heart. May the merciful Father reward thee for the faithfulness and kindness thou hast ever shown me; may he lift up the light of his countenance upon thee, and grant thee eternal peace! Amen.”
Thank you, dear mom. I love you and am so glad to have received your message at the perfect time.