Archangel Haniel’s message for you:

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My Heart Leaps Up


by William Wordsworth
My heart leaps up when I behold


A rainbow in the sky:


So was it when my life began;


So is it now I am a man;


So be it when I shall grow old,


Or let me die!


The Child is father of the man;


And I could wish my days to be


Bound each to each by natural piety.
“My Heart Leaps Up” by William Wordsworth.

Public domain. 

Hi Jeanne,

Archangel Haniel’s Message For You Today:

“I ask you to notice the natural world coming alive. As you connect with the environment surrounding you, you too burst forth with a renewed vitality. The plants offer their support and guidance to you. Just as I am always with you, the essence of the land also consistently works to support you. Give thanks to the land that offers you food, grounding, and shelter.”

Your Angel Number For Today:

8 – The 8 vibration fosters abundance as you begin to grow personally and spiritually. You are becoming aware of the divinity in things beyond yourself. You notice God in the people you meet, the animals you see, the trees surrounding your home. It was all created to nurture your soul. There is oneness in all of life.

Action Steps:
Bring signs of life into your home like flowers, greenery, or a wreath. Cook with herbs. Let these be reminders of the beauty of plant life.

Affirmation Of The Day:

“As I am a part of nature I embrace my season of growing, I am planting seeds that will one day need sowing.”

Love & Blessings,

do unto others…

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It’s the 86th birthday of environmental writer Wendell Berry,

born in Port Royal, Kentucky (1934).

 

Berry publishes poetry, essays, and novels, most of which reflect his concern for the natural world and the ways we interact with it.

Berry continues to live and work on his farm in his hometown.

Berry said, “Do unto those downstream as you would have those upstream do unto you.”

He said, “You can best serve civilization by being against what usually passes for it.”

And he said,

“Better than any argument is to rise at dawn and pick dew-wet red berries in a cup.”

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