Deb's Dream

I am so happy to share with you everyday. I look forward to our times together.
Happy Easter
Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.  ~Oscar Wilde

I had to laugh yesterday afternoon.  Yesterday I wrote some about laughter, then I picked up the latest Women's World,   a weekly mag rag that has lots of helpful hints in it.  All through the publication was about laughter healing.  It is so confirming to me that I am listening to spirit.   This morning spirit gave me this quote.  We all have been around someone that we just wish would go home.   We run into them in a store, our heart sinks as we know that soon our day will be a little dimmer, a little less light by just talking with this one today.  The thing is, when spirit sends us people like this, we need to do what we were talking about yesterday.  Get them ( and us) to laugh.  Something happens when we start realizing this person was sent to us, not to bring us down, but because this person is hurting so badly, everyone has deserted them.  No wonder!  The very presence is sad sad sad.  Yet we can look past their attitude, their actions, put ourselves in their place , come to realize that wow,  there is something I can learn, somehow I can help.  Our task for today is to be the one that people hope to show up, rather than the one we all are running away from to hide.  The key:  again laughter, lots of it,  positive affirmations every morning,  meditation, keep our light shining so bright that people just want to soak in it.  We can be the one causing happiness everywhere.  The answer is within us.

herb magick:  rhubarb:  Did we know that a daily dose of rhubarb will help reduce hot flashes and night sweats?  Women can take this for help for 3 months and see a difference.  Also did you know that rhubarb attracts love, and abundance,  it helps protect from illness, removes negative thoughts?  It's always interesting to find how Higher power gave us the very things we need to live life we never even think of using.
holidays: Easter:   From religioustolerance org: "
Modern-day Easter is derived from two ancient traditions: one Judeo-Christian and the other Pagan. Both Christians and Pagans have celebrated death and resurrection themes following the Spring Equinox for millennia. Most religious historians believe that many elements of the Christian observance of Easter were derived from earlier Pagan celebrations.A very common theme present in many ancient Pagan religions described the life of a man-god -- a savior of humanity -- his execution, his visit to the underworld, his resurrection after two or three days, and his ascension to heaven. The life of Yeshua of Nazareth (a.k.a. Jesus Christ) as recorded in the Gospels includes the Christian version of this theme. Good Friday is observed in remembrance of Jesus' execution by the occupying Roman army, and his burial in a cave-tomb. Easter Sunday is the date when a group of his female followers first noticed the empty tomb, and concluded that he had either been resurrected, or his body had been stolen.The timing of the Christian celebration of Easter is linked to the Jewish celebration of the Passover. Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread were observed by the ancient Israelites early in each new year. (The Jewish people followed the Persian/Babylonian calendar and started each year with the Spring Equinox circa MAR-21). "Equinox" means "equal night;" on that date of the year, the night and day are approximately equal. The name "Passover" was derived from the actions of the angel of death as described in the book of Exodus. The angel "passed over" the homes of the Jews which were marked with the blood obtained from a ritual animal sacrifice. The same angel exterminated the first born(s) of every family whose doorway was not so marked " ( This is purely referenced information, to inform not to tell anyone what to think)

I am here most of my usual hours this am.  I am quitting early this am around 12:30 to run out my mom and dad's for lunch.  I know I am blessed to still have my parents at the ages of 78 and 80.  I send love to those who have lost a parent, a child, a friend.  Remember today is the day to celebrate all resurrections of love.  Remember that they are happy, in the light.   I am so happy and blessed today to know each person that spirit sends to me.  Talk soon!! love ya, Me, Bob, Bets, T

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