Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Name that Tune: An Angel Message

(JOY at Lowe's on Sunday)
Turns out, the red-shouldered hawk at Lake Helen on Sunday brought a fresh infusion of energy.  On our way home, we stopped by Lowe's to buy light bulbs. As you can see from the photo, JOY was in the air, greeting customers as they entered the store.

I love it!--not to hurry the Christmas season, but the world could use an overdose of JOY right now.    And, a sales girl in a red smock, almost bumped into me in the aisle. I glanced at her name tag, and had to look twice.  Angel!

The angels are the call to Joy!

The red hawk's message on broadcasting gave me a bright idea. Imagine we each have a signature song that plays in the ethers wherever we go.  Our unsung melody accompanies us throughout the day, setting the tone, not so much heard as felt by ourselves and others.

Whatever our song may be, I can see how the tempo may vary depending on our mood.  Sung brightly (allegro), or flat, and off-key.      

If I could choose my own selection, it would be Joy to the World, but I've Got to Be Me, and Born Free, are other hits that vie for air play. 

 So what may be the theme song to your life's movie?  The possibilities are endless, but it's f
un to ponder.   You may want to ask your Guardian Angel, who knows you better than you know yourself.  And, then listen for the tune or the title.  

 You could be pleasantly surprised by the unchained melody that orchestrates your world.  Or it could be time to change your tune. Pop Goes the Weasel.   It's good to know the angels are here to help us sing the song in our heart. And, what a symphony of joy to blend in harmony with other hearts.

Have a joyful day with the Angels.

Love and joyful blessings,

Rae Karen