The past few months have been a marathon of deep diving. I been resurfacing time after time, each dive reaping more treasure. This morning, my words to my husband were something like, “I think I know how to stay on the surface now. And when I go under, I know that I’ll be able to resurface and breathe again.”
In that moment, I caught a glimpse of what Jesus was probably trying to say: “Take my hand. I’ll show you how to walk on this calm, refreshing surface so you can show others how to do it. This is my amazing Kingdom where all are equal and valuable. This is the leveling place where you can meet and decide your next direction. Here on the surface of my life-giving waters, I want you to be able to experience my power, my love, and the power you have with each other–drawing in–breathing in—all of the fullness of my Kingdom. Here, we continue the evolution of our Universe.”
I have been borrowing quite a few photos from Google’s free-to-use collection, but this photo is mine. I am dancing on these waters today.
My own black-hole story is now tucked behind the About MiraLianna page.
I am on a trajectory of developing Starfish Mission. On the Starfish Mission page (top menu), you can find these entry points that I will continue build:
- Entry point: Pre-Marriage
- Entry Point: Wanting a Family
- Engry Point: New Parents
- Entry Point: Raising a Family
- Entry Point: Black Hole (This is a designed as a first stop if, for any reason, you are feeling rudderless, uncertain, without purpose, neglected, abused, fearful, or unhappy.)
Yesterday, I wrote about my mother appearing in a dream on my birthday, two weeks after she died. That really happened.
This past week, I had a moment when I was consumed with a great shudder and a flood of tears. This is beyond logic. This is pure experience. My mother seemed to be saying to me, “Yeah, we had a lot of crap to work through. It sucked, didn’t it? We had a mission, you and I, and now–look at you. 1500 hits, 530 views–all in one month. You are doing your mission, you have found your purpose. You have always been a great daughter. I am still proud of you. And now, I’m not just signing ‘Love, Mom’–now I’m telling you…I have loved you–will love you–forever and forever.
❤ ❤ ❤