Recently, a friend, Sam, told me about how a mutual friend’s birthday—Mark’s birthday—popped in Sam’s gmail. It was a reminder issued by Google calendar.
The tough part is that Mark has been dead for over six years.
This reminded me of a passage Doreen Valiente wrote:
To think that we will wait another life
To drink the wine from the horns and leap the fire.
Farewell from this world, but not from the Circle.
That place that is between the worlds
Shall hold return in due time. Nothing is lost.
– Excerpt from Elegy for a Dead Witch by Doreen Valiente
The good news is that this reminded me of our True Self.
The True Self is the divinity that the Gods placed in you.
It’s that part of you that cannot be broken.
The True Self is that part of you that reincarnates over and over again.
The important point is that we need to connect with our True Self and get past the distractions of everyday life.
Here is a prayer:
Remove blinders so my True Self I see
Let distractions like shackles fall from me.
Let shadows back away
Shine Your rays on my day.
So Mote It Be.
May this bless your Path.
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