Showers of Blessings

It has been raining on and off in Sydney for the past month and today the rain has been falling heavily.

I walk every day regardless of the weather, so it is on with the raincoat and up with the umbrella. It is a wonderful experience to walk in the rain. The flowers,plants and trees seem to be shouting ‘hooray’ and the birds are having a great time.

I especially love the way the light changes and it gives me a different perspective on the way I look at the world. Yes, grey can be beautiful – after all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

As the rain falls around me I feel blessed to be alive – rain is life giving. I imagine the dams and the tanks filling, ready for a wonderful, hot summer, which I am sure is just around the corner. So for today I enjoy this rainy day and I live in appreciation. Life is good, really good.

Are you appreciating the rain today and the showers of blessings pouring forth in your world?,

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Author:Sundari Austin

Qualified Herbalist, Creativity Coach, Relaxation/Meditation Teacher and Energy Medicine Practitioner, Artist's Way Facilitator, SoulCollage Facilitator, Performance Poet, Artist.

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2 Comments on “Showers of Blessings”

  1. Alexi Daniele
    December 14, 2011 at 12:18 am #

    Hi Sundari blessed are those who with every step they take through life take the time to notice the wonders of our great creator.
    Love you Alexi xxx

  2. January 23, 2012 at 10:56 am #

    So many blessings. xxxxxx So thankful. xxxxxxx

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