Archive | May 17, 2013

Our Deepest Sympathies For Dick Trickle

Our Deepest Sympathies & Prayers

Our Deepest Sympathies & Prayers

A NASCAR Legend Dies

If you’ve been around my blog or Facebook page you know my family and I are big fans of racing. Especially Nascar racing.

Nascar fans are a unique group of people. We’re not at all like the stereotypes the media in all it’s forms tries to paint us as. Our range of fans spans way beyond the boundaries of North America as a whole. It touches every part of the world and if some of these critics would go to a race and meet the people, they would learn that.

We’re not all uneducated southern rednecks either. You’ll find people from all walks of life at a race rooting for their favorite driver. Doctors, professors, lawyers, computer professionals, construction engineers and everything in between.

We’re a family; sometimes a dysfunctional family, but still a family. We may not like the same drivers, we may diss on your favorite driver. But at the end of a race, you won’t find any of us beating up or shooting another fan because they happen to like the driver who crashed our guy out of the race.  We come together like no other sport does when tragedy strikes in our midst. It’s a phenomenon that has been discussed and written about by sports reporters for decades. Continue reading

Today’s Tarot Meditation Drawing: Five of Pentacles – Inverted

5 of Pentacles - Inverted

Mystic Faery Tarot by Linda Ravenscroft

Don’t spend your purse until you’re sure it’s full. The promise of finance is only that; a promise. Patience is hard right now because of the long dry spell. But you must wait until the promise has been fulfilled before you start spending your new found wealth! You might find yourself in a deeper hole that you didn’t count on.


Additional Insight:

Receiving news might brighten your day, but don’t let it turn out to be news of disaster because it’s not what you thought. Today and over the weekend, hold tight and wait to see if what’s promised is really what comes your way.

It’s understandable to want to celebrate because the end of struggles maybe over. But there’s more going on here than meets the eye. So be happy and hopeful, but don’t go shopping yet.

You’re better off remaining calm, doing some research and making plans with the new income that will carry you through the years to come. Being frugal isn’t your style, and that in part is what may have gotten you into the financial mess to begin with. If you are frugal and feel you’re where you are at no fault of your own; you know how not to count on others for your security.

Dreaming is ok. Dreams keep hope alive and help us to strive for a better future. But be cautious. What was here today, can be gone tomorrow without any plan or failover to fall back on.


© 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.

The Cycle of Life And Death

© 2012 Springwolf Wolf Ghost

From Spirit to Incarnation

Preordained vs Free Will and Choice

Today I read a lovely article by a colleague which talks about life and death and the importance of living life.

“Responsive Reading – Living and Dying:
Every person has an appointed time to live and a time to die. Our time upon the earth is but a moment in the span of eternity. Death is not to be regarded with fear but as something good when it comes in due season.”
by Robert Dorris President/Minister at Unitarian Community, Inc.

I like this perspective. And while I agree that everything happens in it’s time and space, I’ve always had a hard time with the “preordained” concept. And it can be hard to reconcile those two ideas. I believe in reincarnation. And that concept doesn’t fit with the preordained perspective. But I also believe everything in it’s right time and space. So how do you fit those two things together? Continue reading