Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “The Age of Innocence” by Edith Wharton.
Today I pray, “Dear God, While we are here, on earth, we are receiving with a constancy often unnoticed. Of what are we to be reminded?”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:
“But after a moment a sense of waste and ruin overcame him. There they were, close together and safe and shut in; yet so chained to their separate destinies that they might as well been half the world apart.”
When I read this passage today, my first impression is that this is how God feels when our guardian angels, our spirit guides, our passed loved ones, and our Holy Spirit God, are standing right beside us, floating just above us, or sweetly nudging our backs with the whispers of our inner knowing. When we get the chills… or there is static electricity in the air… or there seems to be a brushstroke of fate that guided us to that place of comfort… or familiarity… or trust… or intuition… or empathy… or a gut instinct… These experiences and accounts are varying, as we are freely unique. Yet they are interchangeable and commonly understood, as we are all connected as one. We are infinitely close to this divine veil that separates us from the deepest Love and connection to our Source. The true JOY in life… is in knowing this.