Remember that “Hallows Eve” occurs just before November begins. In fact, I saw some amazing creative Halloween costumes this year! Gotta love all those creative juices that just come to life during that very cool holiday that lets the movie makers go wild!
It’s now November, a time for “giving thanks” which will continue into 2022! A wonderful Thanksgiving experience that will carry on.
I’ve recently had conversations with folks seeking sessions, and who have shared their experiences. But some people don’t reach out like they used to do. A few are more selfish, in large part because of these times. However, there still are so many wonderful people who perform amazing deeds. This is what I wish to focus on because I know that “the good” will prevail and outweigh the alternative.
For those of us who are able, we need to help others heal, and give to those what we can. Of course, there are so many ways to be able to help. Favors need not be spectacular because little things matter a lot. A hug, a kiss, or holding a hand can mean so much. Keep on doing all you do.
I have nothing but respect for all the health care employees who have worked tirelessly through these past couple of years. I know personally how hospice workers have been exceptionally busy during this time, as are nurse practitioners who help sick children, the elderly, and others who need assistance.
Indeed, shamans have assisted those who were transitioning; and then, of course, there are mediums who have been very very busy. Therapists as well have helped folks during this time.
For some folks, there will be one less person, or maybe more, missing at the Thanksgiving dinner table. For those who have lost someone, Thanksgiving may be the hardest part of the holidays. However, remember that those who have passed are in a better place. “Heaven,” as they say.
I’m returning this year in person to the “Hope for the Holidays” celebration in Roanoke, Virginia. And there will be a “Holiday Hope” with Thomas John in Sturbridge in December.
Personally, it will be so nice to see some of your faces again, and new faces as well. I’ll be doing my usual December Holiday webinar with messages, and of course other cool events. Stay tuned.
Enjoy your Love, food, and celebrations at the Thanksgiving table. Remember also that there are those who truly need to “feel the Love,” as they say. And at Thanksgiving dinner-time, there is usually room for one more.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving…and more.