I see the connections in everything, and I am in awe. Especially if you are working towards something, whether it is a career or something material, it will happen in the most interesting way.
As simple as an dresser that I was visualizing for my daughter, a beautiful armoire with a mirror. Last year I found something nice and antique, but it was a dark brown and small, but better than nothing. A few weeks ago I saw a gorgeous white armoire with a mirror for only $50 not too far away. I didn’t realize how big and heavy it was until my husband brought it home with his friend, who happened to have a large truck for an event just for that day! They barely got it down the stairs from the owners apartment, and luckily squeezed it into our place intact.
My daughter is was thrilled, nothing is by accident, there is no coincidence. Maybe it is knowing what you are looking for, being clear, and keeping your eyes open.
I see life unfolding, and love to see the connections. Today was a beautiful Shabbat in our synagogue with a Bar Mitzva. So much happiness, delicious food, and good wishes. All of the lessons had mentions of Purim and Passover that are coming up. Many people know Passover, but Purim is the happiest holiday on the Jewish calendar. We are counting down, we dress in costumes, eat sweet cookies in the shape of the ears of the enemy who tried to destroy the Jewish nation, and adults are encouraged to drink up and party.
Enjoy the lesson below of the unseen miracles in everyday life,