Friday, January 11, 2013

Postscript to The Liquid Saltiness of Harmony

In this week's blog post The Liquid Saltiness of Harmony I wrote about how cultivating, maintaining and/or reconnecting to harmony can first make us sweat.

Here's a fresh example;

This morning I went outside to give my chickens leftover angel hair pasta for their breakfast. Only to notice two of the six chickens were missing. I looked inside the
coop, around their enclosure and searched in all the usual places. They were nowhere to be seen. The chickens, who each have a name, are nearly three years old and all of them were raised by my partner and I since they were three weeks old. It was early in the morning, the heat of the day was already present, I was still in my pyjama's and missing two chickens. Our neighbours have dogs. My pulse was going a bit faster than usual and I felt myself starting to sweat. I extended my search area and finally found them digging quite a hole by the side fence. Phew! I carried them back to their home and went on with my next task of the morning, giving the birds some brekky too. As I take out a new packet of seeds I felt such a relief to have found the missing chickens. In that very moment I look down at the new packet of seeds in my hand, not the usually brand I purchase, to see I was literally cutting it open on the word 'Harmony'. Ha!

Sometimes the Universe can have a very big sense of humour when weaving synchronistic moments together.

- Postscript to The Liquid Saltiness of Harmony

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