it’s the monday giggles…and these are lovely ones to share.
I see a lot of people
in the world
and most of them
make me smile,
but you’re different.
my heart smile!
For my daughter I sensed that my release of her would be a new “different.” My expectations of the circumstances were different; my preparation would be different. I sensed the difference, but wondered what this new difference would feel like.
And where would God be?
This weekend I found the answer (to both) in the
that I witnessed
in the difference in her, my darling daughter!
And just how much of Him there already is
reflected in this heart of hers,
which is becoming whole.
“Forty days before an embryo is formed, a heavenly voice calls out—so and so is to marry such and such,” says the Talmud. This has been orchestrated from before you were born. Your souls are partners, matching halves of a single whole. The Talmud describes the search for a spouse as looking for that “lost part” of yourself. -a parable
The Joy of seeing
(how beautiful it is)
that God has indeed made
the half to her completeness.
And what great joy is felt in this new “difference”
as my heart smiles for the two of them
as they prepare to have Him always united with thee.
“A cord of three strands is not easily broken.” Ecclesiastes 4:12
hugs n’ JOY-filled blessings to celebrate all the smiles our hearts can contain!