Ya know that ole expression about not seeing the forest for the trees? Well, doesn't it seem sometimes
that we do that automatically? I mean we walk around all the time with our physical senses on and yet
still manage to miss SO MUCH of what's going on around us. For some reason I've been really noticing
things the past few days. Forest noticing.
Literally, actually. For the past few years nobody has grazed any stock on the block next door, combined
with good wet seasons, well, all sorta stuff started growing over there. We noticed of course, but only
'with the eye' kinda noticing I guess. We saw young regrowth trees popping up around the place, and over
the years we couldn't help but notice they blocked out a portion of our view, but that's all we saw. A
buncha young trees growing. Then the other day I looked out there and saw a forest Well, OK forest
might be a bit over the top, but those little trees aren't little anymore and they are at least deserving
of the title of grove. Yes, I see them every day, many times a day, they are outside my kitchen sink
window...I see them LOTS...but it seemed they changed from scrubby little regrowth trees to a pretty nifty
grove when I wasn't looking.
Interesting how that happens. Nature just plows ahead doing its thing whether anyone notices or not.
There's continuity, stability, permanence. Made me stop and think about this whole ascension business
and what's gonna happen. Here's my thought, if you knew that in 200 plus days you were gonna implode
or your outer crust was gonna 'fly apart' or you were gonna turn into a star...don'tcha reckon you might
let the 'daily chores' sorta slide a bit? I mean wouldja actually bother to keep the grass growing and
the trees and the flowers? I'm pretty sure there's more than adequate feed for the next six months for
all the creatures of nature, so why would you keep on 'restocking' if you were just gonna move in a few
months anyway? Most women might be inclined to think that way I think. No point in planting more roses
if I'm moving anyway...right? Why would Mother Earth be any different? She's probably tired as well.
Seems to me if you're gonna move soon ya probably don't spend your energy redecorating the place. More
likely to be clearing out the stuff you no longer need, getting rid of what doesn't serve...much like we
had to do with ourselves here in human form. As above so below.
Of course the natural physical world COULD BE a program. Doesn't actually require Mother Earth's attention
in the first place. She mighta just used the Divine Blueprint to set everything up and it kicks along on
its own these days. Much like our bodies 'do their stuff' without our conscious awareness, You know, the
heart beats, the blood flows, stuff like that. Maybe I'm seeing something that isn't actually there. I
dunno to be honest, but I think I like the stability and permanence plan way more than the implosion one.
With today's eyes I am looking at my place sorta through a time tunnel. Not just what's there now, but
what was there 10 years ago, 5 years ago, heck, last year. While I was looking, but not seeing, well
everything grew and flowered and fruited and matured. The little volunteer pine trees were an idea a
couple of years ago, a potential, now they are six feet tall. The volunteer grove, everything that's
here has been enriched, expanded, enlarged...I dunno, made MORE somehow. And even though we were looking
right at it every day...I just didn't notice the overall picture. When I finally did, well, let's just
say it was a very nice surprise. I didn't actually 'escape' linear time, but for just a few moments
there it felt like I was looking 'outside' it. Like I caught a little glimpse of the big picture.
A kinda nifty Mother's Day gift from Mother Earth. I hope she accepts my deep love, appreciation and
gratitude as my gift to her.
Bright blessings to all the Mothers out there.