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Message of the Moment: The Stars

Once again I could not decide between two backgrounds so I went with both.

 And on November's menu is sparkle.  Sparks.  Shimmer.  Shine.  Polish. Metals (metallic hues).  Stars in our eyes.  Beautiful evenings.  Superstar status.  Fabulousness.  Glamour.  A light in the dark.  Guidance and guides.  Insight.  Wisdom.  Experience.  Support.  Awareness.  An eye on the future.  Hope and faith... and fate.  Wishes. Satisfaction.  Know-how. Treasure.  A compass.  Direction. Standing out.  Purpose.  Recognition.  Awards and rewards.  Perks.  Recommendations and positive feedback/reviews.  Ability and/or capability.  Cosmic activity or sights in the skies.  Discoveries.  Modeling, posturing.  Killing two birds with one stone.

Yes, sparks are there (or still there).  And they needn't exist only in our most intimate relationships.  They can and may exist in what we do. 
  
Because it's kinda nice to feel like doing... what we do.  Not everyday or every second of every day.  But just often enough for us to see that, overall, something we are doing is pretty fabulous.  And we're interested in it. 

Or, perhaps we're serving more than one purpose, like the lady in the Stars who is replenishing a pond (?) while hydrating Earth, where we all happen to reside. She is giving something back to areas that have given so much (nourishment) to her. 

So, what has nourished us (literally or metaphorically)?  And how can we give back to the source of our nourishment?  How can we keep the source of our nourishment alive and well?  Fueled?
 
There is a focus here on what we can change or do (versus what we have no power or control over) as well as on a sense of purpose. 

There is also a quiet success or sense of fulfillment here. You know, the kind of stuff we're content with that we don't plaster all over Facebook.  The kind of stuff we want to keep close to our hearts and in our thoughts because it gets us through our day.

Reflect upon and remember the point, the purpose, the result(s) of plans, goals, and so forth.

And, yes, some will certainly achieve desired results. 

Finally, some may want to consider practicing what they preach... or putting words into actions. Maybe modeling certain behaviors. It is through our actions that some will teach, inspire, and/or motivate others (and even ourselves). 

Best wishes and best of luck in your pursuits!  And stay (naturally) cool...

TG










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