“We will not go back to normal. Normal never was. Our pre-corona existence was not normal other than we normalized greed, inequity, exhaustion, depletion, extraction, disconnection, confusion, rage, hoarding, hate, and lack. We should not long to return, my friends. We are being given the opportunity to stitch a new garment. One that fits all of humanity and nature.”

THIS! Powerful quote from Sonya Renee Taylor, author, poet, spoken word artist, speaker, humanitarian and social justice activist, educator, and founder of The Body is Not An Apology movement. Her reference guiding us to “stitch a new garment” aligns closely with an excerpt of my forthcoming book, The Nature of God: The Revelation. Each of us is a distinctive thread in the beautiful tapestry of humanity. I encourage all of us to prize our uniqueness and to love and honor others for theirs. Wishing you a beautiful and blessed day!

Excerpt from July 10, 2019:

God:

Just as human parents love their children for their unique qualities, so your divine mother and I love each of you for your distinctiveness. Each individual brings gifts, talents, a way of loving, a way of being, that no other soul can. It is the collective, the tapestry of the whole of humanity, that makes it so beautiful—each soul an individual thread and the tapestry the final product of the collective.

Me:

It sounds so AMAZING!

God:

It is, my darling. Just wait until it is complete. The tapestry is being woven as we speak. Every loving gesture, every hug, every bit of laughter, all the joy, the triumphs, the struggles, the sadness make A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF ART—one that can never be duplicated.

This piece of art IS the Akashic records—the book of remembrance. Not yet complete, it houses the records of every thought, word, and deed of every soul through every incarnation and lifetime. Some people can access bits and pieces of it, but once reconciled in heaven, we will ALL see the majesty of our completed creation. You won’t believe how amazing it will be!

All the struggles of humanity will have proven worthwhile when we are in heaven, sitting back (OK, we don’t sit, but you get the idea 😊), sipping a martini, and reflecting with wonder at our BEAUTIFUL and BREATHTAKING piece of art. It will be grand.