achieve balance…

“It’s time to take some time out to discover how you can achieve some balance in your life.”
Your Angel’s Message:
Your schedule has been a little lopsided recently. You’ve been trying to do too much or is it too little? When this card comes up, it’s a sign that you need to readjust your life. It’s now imperative for you to balance your time between relationships, play, work, exercise and spirituality. You need to make time for yourself, not just for other people. 

Whenever your schedule becomes too much, you experience a drop in energy. You can usually feel this physically. Say, through tiredness and exhaustion. You may feel mentally and emotionally drained too. Di you know that a lack of balance can drain you spiritually? Lowered energy also creates the illusion that you don’t have enough time to do everything you set out to. This, in time, becomes a vicious cycle. 
What You Should Do:
The angels know how busy you are. They’re coming to you today to ask you to remember to make time for regular play, meditation and exercise. By doing this, you can feel joy and can grow. Remember, if you’re currently feeling overwhelmed by everything you have to do, just ask God and the angels to help unburden you. 
Your Affirmation:
“I ask the angels to help me achieve the balance I need in my life to be happy and healthy.”


hands in the Pandemic…


What if you thought of it
as the Jews consider the Sabbath—
the most sacred of times?
Cease from travel.
Cease from buying and selling.
Give up, just for now,
on trying to make the world
different than it is.
Sing. Pray. Touch only those
to whom you commit your life.
Center down.
And when your body has become still,
reach out with your heart.
Know that we are connected
in ways that are terrifying and beautiful.
(You could hardly deny it now.)
Know that our lives
are in one another’s hands.
(Surely that has become clear.)
Do not reach out your hands.
Reach out your heart.
Reach out your words.
Reach out all the tendrils
of compassion that move, invisibly,
where we cannot touch.
Promise the world your love—
for better or for worse,
in sickness and in health,
as long as you shall live.
Lynn Unger
in UU World

the benign witch

witch by JRZ

illustrator: Julia Rohan Zoch


some witches are kind

healthy cells that glow

play, dance, wiggle and love cats!



art by Susie Ghahremani


play “I spy” (bird’s eye)

suck some bark; in the dark; as

moonlight guides your path!

March 25, 2016



vines, play, sky, Birthday horses

rare celebration!

Grandma Needs

"He's not heavy; he's my brother!"

“He’s not heavy; he’s my brother!”

food, play, music, couch, safety,
rest, comfort, and art!

Tongue Twister #18 Peers

Three years old and one year old

Move those joints to accommodate

paying attention
to details.

which pair
the peers
at play.

and work
pair the

Brain Power


Stay in touch
with the six
high-touch senses:

Where are they?
In the right brain.

Where what’s left is right!

Riddle#37 Play

I read an interview with children’s writer: Doug Snelson, author of The Fable of the Snake named Slim. He mentioned two qualities of play that both children and adults should use: awe and concentration Awe sees the wonder and concentration is the focus. These qualities create vital interaction.


The quote brought to mind my Grandson of 2 years in the bath this past Saturday.
The hair sculpture was play for the adult but what tickled me was the fifteen minutes he spent playing with the baby face cloth pretending it was a shirt, bib, motorcycle jacket, and various other warrior breastplates that went “brooom, brooom broom” down the road.
His total concentration transformed the simple cloth into any number of costumes and characters.
Mumbled scripts included.
The bath is a stage.
The audience smiled with awe and concentration!

“Can Jesus come out to play?

God as Father

“Can Jesus come out to play” I say.
His mother points up: “He’s praying to God;
He calls Him His Father, His Day Spring, and God
With us, Mighty One, Morning Star, Prince of Peace.”

“I’ve brought my reverence, my honor and trust;
May I join in the bowing, surrender and awe?”
“Of course” answers Mary, “and then you can play;
You’re children alike, made to worship and stay

In His arms,
through rough times
and ahead to the JOY:
to His gift:

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