14 Days of Summer, a Meditation:
Day 13

Gathering: Connection

Maybe it’s an outdoor concert, a festival, a picnic, or all three. But summer is a time when people gather. They might be friends and family or they might be strangers, but it’s hard to go through a summer without some kind of gathering. Even if you are strangers, there is something that brought you together, a mutual love or desire.

Try to imagine that you are all one. That each person is just a different part of yourself. Try to feel the connection instead of the differences. How would we all be different if we knew just how connected we were? Start with yourself. Smile at yourself. Smile at everyone else. Say hello to the universe as it walks by. It’s all a wonderful part of you.

Make sure to come back tomorrow!

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2 Responses to 14 Days of Summer, a Meditation:
Day 13

  1. Alice Green says:

    Yes, I think that’s one of the lessons I’ve learned from Nature. It’s so easy for me to feel one with the universe when I’m out in nature. But how can I feel one with the universe and not feel one with all of humankind? Of course, I can’t, as the feelings that take over in nature just naturally help me feel one with all of humankind. And what a wonderful feeling of total Contentment takes me over and moves me along on my journey through this world. Thank you, again, I’ll be back tomorrow!

  2. Donna in Delaware says:

    What was that saying from a popular tv program in the 60′s? Man, woman, birth, death, infinity. That is us! Infinity. That about sums it up!

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