Dashiel rhymes with Haviel…


“You are surrounded by pure and angelic love. Your guardian angels want you to know they love you unconditionally.”
Your Angel’s Message:
You have asked for a sign. This card is direct validation that you are surrounded by angelic and all-encompassing love now and always. You are never alone. You’ve asked for help. You have it coming to you in abundance. Your angels are helping you to grow spiritually.

Life has been getting you down. You’ve been unsure of what to do next. You are safe in the love of your angels. They’re guiding you towards still waters. You may feel undeserving but nothing is further from the truth. Know that your angels love you unconditionally, no matter what you have done, thought or said in your life. They will never abandon or judge you. We all make mistakes. Release yours safe in the knowledge that your angels are holding you close throughout each and every day of your life.
What You Should Do:
Take time to talk with your guardian angel. You can say the words out loud or into yourself. It doesn’t matter as they will always hear you. Write a journal if you prefer. Tell the angels your troubles, your hopes and dreams. Release these into the Universe. You are powerful. What you focus on, you create. Think only of the positives. Make these your reality.
Your Affirmation:
“My guardian angel loves me unconditionally. I am never alone. I am surrounded by pure and loving light at all times.”

It’s the birthday of detective novelist Dashiell Hammett (books by this author), born in St. Mary’s County, Maryland (1894). He dropped out of high school to help support his family and worked a series of jobs until he became a private detective for the Pinkerton Detective Agency. The job caught his imagination, and he said that his favorite assignment was searching for a stolen Ferris wheel.
Hammett published his stories in pulp magazines like Black Mask, and he was one of the first mystery writers to write about tough, cynical, street-smart detectives, rather than refined, intellectual investigators like Sherlock Holmes.
His style of writing was called “hard-boiled” and it contained almost no extraneous detail. In one story he described a woman by writing, “Her eyes were blue, her mouth red, her teeth white, and she had a nose. Without getting steamed up over the details, she was nice.”
Critics consider The Maltese Falcon (1930) Hammett’s masterpiece. The novel introduced the character Sam Spade, one of the most famous fictional detectives of all time. Hammett called Sam Spade, “A dream man … a hard and shifty fellow, able to take care of himself in any situation, able to get the best of anybody he comes in contact with, whether criminal, innocent bystander, or client.”

Archangel Haviel and novelist: Dashiell Hammett


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