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The Sun of Desire

posted Nov 30, 2014, 12:53 PM by Suzette Vearnon   [ updated Mar 13, 2015, 8:52 AM ]
Every day is a Sun-Day.  I know that sounds a li'l corny, but stay with me.  I was reminded of something this morning.  The Sun is always shining.  I've heard that over and over again.  I've even taken it for granted. But today it hit me.  Doesn't matter if clouds are blocking it, the Sun is always shining.  

Year 2015 is on the horizon.  Every year, people automatically evaluate their lives.  It's as if there is an internal clock that starts to countdown like the folks counting down to the New Year.  Part of mine is getting married in 27 days.  Yay!  This is a long-awaited manifestation of a desire for love and companionship that I had almost given up on.  Despite the clouds of failed relationships and an upbringing where affection between the opposite sex was taboo, the desire for love never waned. Every The Wonderful World of Disney show and soap opera gave me hope in a "happily ever after."  

Like the Sun, my desire remained high and unaffected.  Even when I tried to settle for men who weren't the right fit and suffered disappointment time and time again, the Sun of my desire continued to rise.  

Clouds are just as much a part of desire as the Sun.  Some clouds are fluffy and welcomed.  The best ones are when the Universe comes a-callin.  An opportunity to expand my coaching and clients was one.  Check it out: https://psychask.com/expert/89.  All you need is a computer or app and you can get immediately assistance.  It's nothing short of brilliant!  People who come looking for help don't have to put it off.  With just a click of a button, we can video chat without having to leave the website.  It's so cool!  

Another opportunity that came looking for me was "Meet the Authors" at Plantation Point Farmer's Market.  A friend of mine put me in contact with the coordinator.  What an opportunity!  Between the hours of 9:00am - 2:00pm, I get to introduce myself and my books to a fresh audience, something I had been praying for.  Matter of fact, I'll be one of the authors this Saturday, December 6th.  

Sometimes in the midst of the awe, darker clouds move in.  They don't necessarily chase the fluffy clouds away but they do compete for our attention.  A difficult client, an unexpected breakup or a contract you had hoped for that didn't come through, I hate those clouds!  Cloud to ground lightning followed by a loud clap of thunder fills my heart with fear.  Things can look pretty threatening.  Just the same, when those clouds part just a little, the Sun's rays shine through letting you know that nothing is changed.  The strength of what you desire for your life is alive and well.  
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