Does anyone out there remember when TV's had antennas? I do. We had rabbit ears which got better reception because there were two antennas. Then, when my brother fashioned a long antenna from aluminum foil and attached it to the TV's antenna, the reception got even better. The best was when he volunteered to hold on to the foil so I could get the Beatles on Ed Sullivan in real clear. Sweet brother - Silly good old days. Anyway, who cares, now we got satellite! Sometimes I wonder if I show up in the world with my antenna, rabbit ears, foil, or satellite-like ability to receive the highest frequency energy and information that's all around me all the time. Thinking back to when I worked in an office, I never did pick up when a wounded person impersonating a harsh manager confided in me about one of her nastier wounds. If I had, it would have saved me a lot of turmoil when this manager made my life difficult and I might have helped her heal. I vow to listen with my heart and be present for the next wounded one even if he appears to be angry or frustrated and . . . even when it's directed at me. Anger and frustration are sure signs of wounds. Take care of you and all those around you. Love, Deb B.
I'm very happy to be blogging about my spiritual path. I've a long way to go but I've come a long way, too. Love to all, Deb B.