Tuesday, November 2, 2010

All Souls & Helping Souls

Today is All Souls and I ask that you read this older post about my Great Aunt...a woman who quite literally was a savior for me.  She planted the seeds that have grown into the strength that have allowed me to finally, finally be me, be happy, be loved.

What ancestor/beautiful soul was your Witness when you needed one most?


5 comments:

Bob Weisenberg said...

Wonderful, Christine.

For me, this person would be my mother, who told me so often I could do anything I set my mind to, that eventually I started to believe it.

Bob W.

Lori-Lyn said...

Oh, what a beautiful beautiful post. I hope I can be a witness for my nieces. You've made me cry loving tears today. ~Blessings.~

Christine Claire Reed said...

Lori-Lyn, I am not a hugging kind of person. For many reasons. It takes me a long time to get comfortable enough with people to hug them, and when I DO finally hug, I like to hug for real. You know what I mean.

Anyway, the SECOND you walked into that little restaurant in Cleveland, I ran over and hugged you.

Because that is the amazing and loving energy you send out. Love Love Love More Love and then LIGHT.

I have a feeling your nieces feel SEEN and cared for in ways you can't imagine.

brandyv said...

Christine, What a beautiful post! There have been a few in my life, but THE MOST vocal one im my life is my boyfriend, John. We were friends for years before my split from my ex-husband. After Joshua left, John would call or text or email words I needed to hear (whether I liked them or not). He enabled me to see that I could be happy with myself, not a failure because my marriage ended. That the decisions I was making were right for me, if not for anyone else.

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