How deep has been my experience this Saturday morning. I'd talked with my only two brothers left in my family of origin. I was surprised when they both asked me why there haven't been any "Nancy's Notes" for a while. I was shocked to hear that they have been reading them. That gave me the incentive to write this one.
I'm thankful to Alexa for providing the background music and mood for the love that was sustained in my heart by the music and lyrics of John Denver and the Rightous Brothers. I started the morning making macaroni and cheese. I don't know why? They say it's a comfort food. No one was in the kitchen, and I was Thinking about
my family and extended family; including Amy, Kelley, all 8 dogs, and the 4 sheep grazing in the pasture; and all of the sudden I started singing a song that my home schooled children and Marty and I sang for the congregation that we were attending. We were all off key, but at least we gave it a try. Amy walked in while I was singing, and tears were in her eyes, too.
"Welcome to the family. We're glad that you have come to share your lives with us as we grow in love, and may we always be to you what God would have us be, a family always there to be strong and to lean on. May we learn to love each other more with each new day. May words of love be on our lips in everything we say. May the Spirit melt our hearts and teach us how to pray. That we might be a true family."
Anyway, that song sings through me at the most unexpected times.
This time it was Mama Lady, Buster, April May, & Charlie Brown.
The absolute love that came from our resonance elevated us all
into the heavenly realms. No one barked. Charlie Brown's understanding eyes filled my eyes with tears. We were all One Being for a few sacred hours. I often feel the same way
when we are together in our groups and sharing the unique gifts of our true nature.
NaMestoy Farm Groups
Sacred Circle is on Mondays 9:30am - 11:00am
Meditation With Bert Zooms on the 2nd & 4th Sundays 11am - 1pm
Meditation With Kim Zooms on the 1st & 3rd Sundays 11m - 1pm
Compassionate Conversations is on Thursday 11am - 1pm