Dear Human,

In your everyday breathing perhaps you have forgotten how spectacular your life is.

Perhaps you overlook the miracle of the development of your feet … and how they walk upon this planet called earth. Perhaps you take for granted the love you experience that explodes your heart in ways that are truly inexplicable.

Perhaps you don’t see the gift of pain or the treasurer of deep sorrow.

All roads lead to home my beloveds. Each moment of your existence is one forward movement of a journey into magical and mysterious unknowns.

Beautiful time travelers. Amazing consciousness explorers. How much richer could your life experience be?


🌎Dear Human©

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7 Responses to INEXPLICABLE

  1. nidash69 says:

    Life is a beautiful thing that surprises us at every turn and shows us unique things with every rising sun. Love your writings and the ideas you use. Enjoy reading your work a lot 😀

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  2. sfarnell says:

    We’re always going forward, it just a question of which way. I think sometimes event push you down a way until you can get back some kind of control – Maybe we just need to enjoy the ride?
    You always write great posts Sheri, I love reading your work 🙂

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  3. Dear Sheri, These last few weeks in Morocco have been filled with experiences of so much love! I want to write a post about it but, honestly, I’m being challenged to the max to receive all that is being given. There isn’t too much that’s taken for granted here, it seems. A simpler way of living, with more attention put on personal relationships and the tasks of daily life, rather than the multitude of technological devices that are supposed to make our lives “easier” in the West, allow this LOVE to be cultivated and expressed — even to “foreigners” like myself. Today, we begin the countdown of our final two weeks (for now. here in Morocco. Once again, stepping into the unknown, holding each others’ hands and trusting in the love of God and the Goodness of Life. Blessings Dear One ♥

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    • Dear Human says:

      I didn’t know it was temporary. Will you come back to Oregon? I loved living in Africa for the same reasons. People had relationships. No phones. No tv. My son had a computer for school, but no internet. It was wonderful. Enjoy your last two weeks to the max. So much walking by faith, that’s so beautiful to me. Love, Sheri


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