Into the Blue

Beyond is Blue
Beyond is Blue

In the shadows

and beyond is blue

Life waits for you to decide to live it

There may be struggle but you need to know that there is always a better place you can go to

Go inside and listen intently

for the answers are there – not hidden – you just need to decide that you want to follow the path of your Soul’s true yearning

Yes – out of the shadows

and into the blue

the magnificent life of your Soul

It’s all there within your grasp

waiting for you

dare you listen and make miracles

 

Blessitude

Lorrie

Written 5/19/14

22 thoughts on “Into the Blue

    1. Line…that is a beautiful thing to say and it means so much to me!! I wish I could heal every person on the planet. I want to tell everyone that they can do it!! So your words…mean the world to me. Even if I can help one person…I would be so grateful!!!! Love to you!

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    1. Yes!!! I LOVE IT!! I have to say Louise…There are many times I feel like we are at the same place on our journeys. ..kindred spirit. You help me so much…and I am so grateful for you!!! Much love, Lorrie

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  1. I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes.

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    1. Tears of love and joy are bubbling up from my heart!!! Mihrank…Thank you for the gift of your emotion and beautiful words. They add to my experience which was beautiful by itself, but so much more because you connected to it. I am honored that you chose to share this with your loyal followers. Much love to you!

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  2. Happy Memorial Day Weekend.

    I hope that you are able to enjoy this holiday weekend with your family and friends.

    It is humbling to honor them and salute their sacrifice.

    Wishing you peace, love and happiness,

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    1. Yes Mihrank…I wish you the same. Growing up on the Jersey Shore, Memorial Day always signified the beginning of summer at the beach. But it means so much more. We must be grateful to the people who sacrifice so much for us to be free! Much love to you, my friend! Blessitude

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      1. In 1524 Giovanni da Verrazzano believed he discovered the New Jersey coastline, but it was already inhabited by the Native Americans. New Jersey continued to grow over the next couple hundred years while being fought over by the Dutch, Swedes, and English. It was not until the 1900’s that the New Jersey shore became prosperous and popular. In 1916, there was a deadly heat wave that hit the New Jersey area. Thousands of people flocked to the shore for a break from the heat. Unfortunately, between July 1 and July 12, 1916 there were a series of Shark Attacks along the coast, killing 4 people and injuring 1. Although these attacks scared off some tourists, the New Jersey shore was already a favorite among many others. During the Great Depression, the shore became an ideal vacation spot for both the rich and the poor. While the poor usually traveled for day trips, the rich could relax in some of the shores most luxurious hotels. In more recent history, the New Jersey shore has become a popular destination for families and young adults looking for a great time during spring break.

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        1. Amazing history of my beloved Jersey Shore Mihrank!! Thank you for adding…I have read about those shark attacks…I believe they thought it was one rogue shark…He even came into the “Shark River” which is close to me and made his way inland …to waters he had no business being in! Ahhh…again my dreams of swimming in the ocean get a little cloudy! This is the 2nd summer after Super Storm (hurricane) Sandy….she caused much devastation here!!

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  3. “Yes – out of the shadows
    and into the blue
    the magnificent life of your Soul
    It’s all there within your grasp
    waiting for you
    dare you listen and make miracles”
    Magnifique!
    Thank you Lorrie for sharing words of enthousiasm, love & truth. Take care 🙂

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