In Isaiah Chapter 61:10, God uses the analogy of a bride being adorned with Jewels. He also speaks of His healing love being made present to us in creation as He is the source of all that exists. As we “be still and know He is God “these glory jewels, He has clothed us, will shine through."
Do your work. Keep going inwardly, seeking guidance. Eventually your jewels will shine through. Don't be hasty. Don't try to understand purpose today. Let it unfold naturally. The messages are hidden and need time to be deciphered. Do this patiently, with trust and deep reflection.
“Ask and you shall receive.” Keep asking. Keep giving your questions to the Universe. Let God know your deepest desires. Your fears. Your hopes and your dreams.
Time builds character. Risk, learn, and grow through experiences and relationships. Don't waste energy hating. Give love freely. Give forgiveness easily by praying for and excusing the ignorant behavior of others. See yourself in everyone. Be aware of your actions and reactions. Think before speaking or acting. Allow space for being, absorbing, understanding.
Awareness of reactions provides invaluable insight. No one or no thing can make us feel good or bad; reactions are all ours -- to own. Before reacting, sit with your feelings, allow them to settle. Be with your anger. Sit with your pain. Feel fear. Allow it in order to overcome it.
Be like the mighty Sycamore Tree. Stay calm and deeply rooted, unaffected by harsh conditions. Stand majestically through all seasons. Be wise and forgiving in dealing with those less strong, less aware.
Strength is a gift that provides shelter, sustenance, and refuge for others. Stay Selfless-- especially for those depending upon your gifts -- always remain open and understanding – quietly instructing and humbly inspiring with presence and amazing grace.