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September 29, 2021 4 min
September 28, 2021
Waking up with the forest. The hawks. Two are in vision. A calling inside these trees to wake up in peace. I’m amazed by the sounds the hawks are making. They want to be heard far ahead of all others things. In Native American Spirituality, when the hawk makes itself known to your presence the message is clear. You’re caught up in too much. Stay alert and become more focused. Pay close attention to your surroundings. Quit trying to change others. Over the past nineteen months our evolution has been that of unexpected change. We’ve all been newly reshaped. For many the goals and or missions have been to remain in strength. The hawk’s message is a huge reminder of what happens when the walls of the lockdown fell. Suddenly we got busy again. I took on new jobs while holding onto the others. Only to find myself yearning for that open space caused by the pandemic. And I often wonder if that’s not the reason why so many aren’t returning to their jobs and or are quitting. The change experienced has rebuilt the drive and desire to succeed. Because I’m a daily writer I’m able to go back and read of the struggles to put the new puzzle together. In doing so I realized how time was no longer a luxury but rather a forced entry. In the glory of being freed from the lockdown and with businesses reopening we chose to run toward the life we had before March 2020. Too big of a bite. My challenge to you is simple. Pay close attention to the animals near you. Not all of them but the one’s that seem to stick out the most. Google their spiritual connection. You’ll be amazed at how they are the stronger teacher in an age when we are the student.
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