Whoo...Whoo...Whoo are you? Seemed to be his haunting question. I smiled. This surprise messenger delivered a touch of synchronicity.
Earlier that evening, I'd been reading Alice in Wonderland, a book that dropped into my hands at Bell's where I hurried to buy a new writing journal. To my delight, the discounted book had the original illustrations. I've always been fond of Alice, and thanked the angels for the guidance.
For fun at dinnertime, I read the passage aloud about Alice and the caterpillar to my husband, Elliot.
"Who are you? the caterpillar asks Alice in a sleepy voice.
"I--I hardly know, Sir." Alice shyly admits that she hardly knows just at the present --at least I knew who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then."
I loved it.
Who are you? we may often ask ourselves. Although we don't physically change sizes like Alice did in her dream of Wonderland, we may find ourselves "shrinking" in front of this person or that situation, and "towering" above another, depending on the circumstances that we give power to.
We wear many masks for many occasions, but underneath is the "Inner Truth." A holy child of God, made in His image and likeness. A spiritual idea in the mind of God.
Like Alice in Wonderland, our journey is to wake up from the dream of separation from the love of God. We are already at home. Thank God.
Enjoy your day with the Angels.
Love and blessings,