Breathing In Spirit

"The word inspire comes from two Latin words: in (in) and spirare (to breathe).  Spirare, in turn, is related to the Latin spirit.  Thus, the word inspire was used in older times to indicate that someone was "breathing in spirit," or drawing in divine energy."

~Stephen Co

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Words to Ponder ~Illumination


“The light of our hearts burns brightly.
We are not dimmed by a shadow.
A shadow is removed by the showing of light.”


If you were to enter a room filled with light, and you carry with you a shadow, the entire room does not become dark.

If you enter a dark room, carrying but a single flame of candlelight, the room is illuminated enough for you to make your way safely.

Together here among friends, we are beginning to allow our lights to shine. Like moths to a flame, this light is drawing to it all forms of energy.

We stand ever strong in the love that shines from Heaven above, and out through our hearts.

We illuminate each other, standing together, casting an even brighter glow.

We are all on a journey of our souls, returning home to the light of the Eternal Flame.

We are learning to let go of the shadows of ourselves. We are embracing the light within.

Together we illuminate the path before us, and we keep the light burning brightly for those that come after us.

No shadow will remain here, as together we learn to let go of fear and doubt,  and we shine the light of love for those that are still encased in the shadows. We are blessed to be right here - right now, in the presence of those that have themselves listened to the call to shine brightly so that others may find their way to join in this heavenly inspired illumination.

Many masters and teachers have been upon this path that we now walk upon. The light that they have left as a beacon for us to follow burns brightly.  And we have much to learn from them, and much to learn from each other.

May your light ever burn bright, and may all shadows pass with the night.

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