Archive | April 15, 2013

Sympathies & Prayers For Boston

Our Deepest Sympathies & Prayers ~ by Springwolf

Our Deepest Sympathies & Prayers

Our Thoughts For Boston, Massachusetts

Everyone from my family and at Spring’s Haven send our thoughts and prayers to all those involved in today’s Boston Massachusetts bombings.  We hold all competitors in today’s Marathon, their families and friends; here and far away at home in our hearts.

May the Great Spirits watch over those hurt and injured,
May the families and friends of those lost, find strength to endure.
May all first responders pull together in clarity and mission,
providing help and healing where ever it’s needed before them.
We send our thoughts to the international community present
and we pray that compassion and forgiveness will find its way to all.
~ Springwolf

We also send out prayers to those angered by today’s event, that they find patience and tolerance. Please do not make this tragedy worse by harming any group of people or persons based on assumptions of bigotry and hate.

The community of the world can only find peace when compassion is shown to our neighbors. Only when we allow patience to thrive, allowing justice to flourish will those responsible be held accountable for their actions.

© Springwolfs Hanko

© 2013 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Nine of Cups

Nine of Cups

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Practice what you preach and show compassion to someone in need. A little hug can go a long way to helping someone making it through tough times. We all need to feel connected and part of something. So when someone lashes out at you for no reason, it could be because they’re struggling with something greater than you may know.

Additional Insight:

You don’t have to know details about what others are going through. They may not even want to share for fear of ridicule or threats to their position. But it doesn’t take being nosy to show someone compassion.

A simple touch of the shoulder, caress of the hand or arm can work as well as a hug. You can promote healing and empower them to get through one more day. You can also help yourself.

Practicing what you preach brings positive energy back to you as well. You can’t talk a good talk and then not back it up with actions. So if you’re talking bad about someone, putting others down because of their differences, think about how that works against your own self interests.

If you want to be accepted for who and what you are, then you must practice those words toward others in your life. If you walk with a scowl on your face through the halls; how are you inviting smiles of acceptance from others. Think about how you act and how others treat you and you may find areas where you need to change your own attitudes. Maybe the one who needs the hug is you.

© Springwolfs HankoSpringwolf Reflections 2013 Motto:
I attract and acquire more happiness and financial abundance than I know what to do with!

© 2013 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.