A few years ago I watched the movie, “Fools Gold,” and noticed that Kate Hudson had on a palm tree diamond studded necklace. I have been wanting that necklace for some time now especially since moving to the Gulf Coast. For Christmas this year a dear friend of mine handed me a gift to open. Low and behold it was this diamond studded palm tree necklace! I never mentioned to her that it was something that I have wanted. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Love it!!
Last night I said a MBO for new tires. For some time now friends have been telling me I needed to get new rear tires for my car. They were worn down and needed to be replaced. I requested the most benevolent outcome for new tires for my car at a price that I could easily afford, and may the results be better than I could ever hope for or expect. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! ( I say that prior to the manifestation, knowing full well the request will be granted in the best way possible.)
Today a friend of mine took me out to price new tires. We went to two different places and found a good deal. I requested another MBO, that the installation of the tires go better than I could ever hope or expect and that the highest best outcome occur. TY, TY, TY. Result: The technician tore one of the tires as he was putting it on my car. The company did not have another set of the tires that I wanted in stock, so they gave me an upgrade to a better and more expensive type at no charge! Thank you to any and all beings for my wonderful new tires, they are truly better than I could have hoped for.
I was shopping the other day and got to the bread isle. Stood looking at all the different breads that I could choose from for breakfast. Thought to myself, “hmm, what kind of bread would be great for me to have for breakfast? Something that would taste really good to me.” No sooner did I finish that thought, a package of English Muffins, flew off the shelf onto the floor!” I love English Muffins for breakfast. Thank you Universe for making that decision so EASY!
A friend called and said she had a free ticket to the Zach Brown Band concert in Orlando and invited me to go! What??? OMG, I have wanted to go to one of their concerts! Yes, Thank You!!! I said a Most Benevolent Outcome for everything to go smoothly, the drive to and from, the parking, the concert seats, and requested the result be better than we could hope for or expect. Well…we went to Disney for dinner, (got a great parking space near the entrance) 🙂 After dinner we headed to the Amway Center. Parked in the Geico parking lot, got a space right near the elevator 🙂 Walked across the skybridge right into the venue. Our seats were amazing, right near the stage. At one point during the concert they had two military service men come out in step and gave a long salute to the crowd. People were clapping, cheering and many moved to tears. There was such a sense of global peace, honor and love as the band sang the song, “Free.” May we all be free and live in peace. My prayers go out to all in Paris and Beirut.
Thank you to any and all beings for orchestrating this magical opportunity for me, I am so grateful for such a treat.
“Loving You Easy,” was one of my favorite songs that they sang.
Love to all, from my heart to yours. XOXO
From “Healing Words for the Body, Mind and Spirit”
by Caren Golman:
GOOD LUCK? BAD LUCK? WHO KNOWS?
There once was a simple farmer who lived and struggled alongside his neighbors and friends, trying to exist and fulfill a peaceful life. One day news arrived from far away, that his old loving father had died. His neighbors gathered to grieve, but the farmer simply said, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
In time relatives brought a very fine horse of great cost and fine breeding, left to the farmer by his father. All the villagers and neighbors gathered in delight with him to celebrate his good fortune, but he just said, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
One day the horse escaped into the hills and when all the farmer’s neighbors sympathized with the old man over his bad luck, the farmer replied, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
A week later the horse returned with a herd of wild horses from the hills and this time the neighbors congratulated the farmer on his good luck. His reply was, “Good luck? Bad luck? Who knows?”
Then, when the farmer’s son was attempting to tame one of the wild horses, he fell off its back and broke his leg. Everyone thought this very bad luck. Not the farmer, whose only reaction was, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
Some weeks later the army marched into the village and conscripted every able-bodied youth they found there. When they saw the farmer’s son with his broken leg they let him off. Now was that good luck? Bad luck? Who knows?