This past Sunday I attended a memorial service, where there was not a dry eye in the crowd. Carol, was survived by her husband; her soul-mate of 35 years.
The feeling evoked by his deep sorrow was profound. He was so honest, raw, broken and lost. It was actually inspiring to see his heart in such a powerful way. His courage was in the realism, the pain, the daze. How do you pick up, and continue on? Life, as you’ve known it, suddenly so radically changed forever.
Well, no one really had the magic answer for Richard, but the love, support, and total acceptance his friends, and family showed seemed to offer some consolation, and warmth.
We don’t know when the ‘last curtain’ will be called. But for those of us who experienced the depth of heart displayed, you can bet we will continue the performance with a new script.
♡¸.•*¨*• . ❤ ¸.•*Last Curtain ♡¸.•*¨*• . ❤ ¸.•*¨*•.
I know that the day will come
when my sight of this earth shall be lost,
and life will take its leave in silence,
drawing the last curtain over my eyes.
Yet stars will watch at night,
and morning rise as before,
and hours heave like sea waves casting up pleasures and pains.
When I think of this end of my moments,
the barrier of the moments breaks
and I see by the light of death
thy world with its careless treasures.
Rare is its lowliest seat,
rare is its meanest of lives.
Things that I longed for in vain
and things that I got
—let them pass.
Let me but truly possess
the things that I ever spurned
Ylang Ylang~Heart Centered Essential Oil
Original Essential Oil Blend for Comfort Support
Lavender(Lavandula angustifolia)- 4 drops
Frankincense(Boswellia carterii)- 3 drops
Neroli(Citrus aurantium var. amara)- 2 drops
Marjoram(Origanum marjorana)- 2 drops
Ylang Ylang(Cananga odorata)- 1 drops
The above blend can be added to a portable blank inhaler. Uncap, and hold under the nose for 2-3 deep, relaxing inhales. Use throughout the day, as needed, for soothing peace.
Until next time,
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