Monday, June 8, 2015

Six of Pentacles - What A Wonderful World



Such a lovely card to draw on this beautiful Spring day. I am feeling all is right with the world. I know this might be seem to some as a naive outlook. I am not a Pollyanna, and I honestly don't always feel this way, but I do hold tightly to the belief that our perceptions define our reality, and so I choose to see things in a positive light, much the way children do with innocence, joy, and purity of heart.

Yesterday I spent the day with the two children I mind, who have become such a light, and help me to live in appreciation of the unconditional generousity of the present moment available to me, if I choose to accept and give it to myself, and to others.

The Six of Pentacles is the card of generousity and harmony. The giver of the gift is what is essential to generousity, not the gift of the giver. Some days we are the prince, and other days, the pauper.
  This kind of generousity gives one the sense, that harmony is truly possible within the world, regardless if you are the giver or recipient of the gift, because it is given in the spirit of unconditional love.

I am also reminded of the love that the Creator has for us. It is given freely and unconditionally, not in spite of who and what we are, but because of who and what we are. If we could all aspire to live this way, what a wonderful world it truly would be.


6 comments:

Ellen said...

"I choose to see things in a positive light" That is the way to go my friend! I try to do this too. This post makes me feel all Christmassy: Giving presents wrapped in love :D

Catherine Meyers said...

Awww thank you Ellen for being that bright positive light! You always bring a smile to my face, and lift my spirit! <3

Off to the dentist to get a tooth pulled argh!.

Ellen said...

There is a little candle burning for you here

Catherine Meyers said...

<3 Thank you sweet soul :) I have been and back from the Dentist. It was absolutely painless, the waiting was worse...you know your mind that goes into flight or fight mode. Deep breathing helped some, andtalking to my dentist who is so sweet, gentle and beautiful eye candy!

So glad that's over! I go back in two weeks for x-rays which thankfully will be painless and much less stress.

Ellen said...

I am so glad everything went well
"beautiful eye candy! " that is always helpful to feel less anxious :)

Catherine Meyers said...

Oh this is too funny. Something short of a miracle took place because now I can hardly wait to get back there again! And eye candy? Good for anxiety and great for the teeth! HA!