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Catch Another Falling Star


Recently we stayed at a state campground in Michigan near a couple of lakes and the Kalamazoo River.

The sites were large and wooded and secluded and it was soooooo relaxing to be there. Lots of interesting people walking and biking and roller blading.

The weather was perfect - 70 degrees, perfectly clear, no humidity, with a slight breeze. (Did I say perfect?)

Of course, almost anything you cook or eat in the woods is delicious - and it was!

I worked on my new windchimes made from old silverware while I was there - and I hung them out in the "yard" so we could listen to the beautiful chime sounds - and I had people come over to admire them. That felt good and was a good affirmation for me to continue.

I have been asking for and receiving divine direction, right? Well, late last night I stepped outside the "Gratitude Chamber" (our RV) to take the chihuahuas to potty... and I looked up into the sky.

Oh my goodness! I was not prepared for what I saw!

Everyone around us had gone to bed, so there were NO lights. From the middle of this VERY DARK state park, the sky was MAGNIFICENT. I felt like I was in a planetarium!

Even though I live in a rural area and I can regularly see the sky, there are lights around my house which MUST have been blocking some of the stars.

Anyway, I was so overwhelmed with joy and the magnificence of the Universe that I just stood there with tears streaming down my cheeks. I thought of my son and how he had sent a falling star to me from Heaven on another occasion...

and guess what!?

I saw another falling star. Of course, more tears. Even after I went back inside, I felt completely overwhelmed with feelings of pure gratitude and abundance.

In that moment, I couldn't possibly ask for another thing. I am truly grateful.

Copyright 2005 Linda Miller is a Spiritual Entrepreneur who deliberately creates abundance and prosperity while contributing to increasing the consciousness of the world. This article may be distributed freely, provided that this resource box is included in its entirety. http://www.SpiritualEntrepreneurToday.com and http://www.MyCampingConnection.com

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