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My Heart sends out a Call for Love & Light

I am re-posting a picture I have posted before!!
You may have missed an aspect of this image the first time?
It is right there in the clouds of the sky just above the trees, do you see it now?


Yes it's my heart and it goes out to all of you,
I have been stirred to contact all of my 'soul sisters' to join hands and hearts across the globe
in solidarity to support one beautiful person, Kelly.  

She needs the world wide web of 'sisterhood' at present to energize her with love
as she goes through the most trying of times, you can read about it here:


Please drop by and add one more heartfelt comment of energizing love...x

Comments

Anne Jeffries said…
Kelly in on my prayer list on the sidebar of my blog, now.
Introverted Art said…
Sending Kelly all my love, positive energy, prayer, and sister love.

Happy new year!
somepinkflowers said…
{{ she
who has the Biggest Heart
will
see them
Everywhere }}


xox
rebecca said…
love you sue...will post at 8 p.m. and join the gathering light.
xoxox
Cat said…
beautiful Sue!
your heart is amazing

love and light
Stephanie said…
Sue,
Hearts in the clouds...showering us with light and love.

beautiful...will post on Kelly's site in a few hours...8 pm my time.

x...x
Lea said…
Thank you dear heart Sue... for this invitation to send our love to Kelly and spreading far... this amazing circle of love here in bloglandia.
Carola Bartz said…
Sadly, I came to this post too late to participate in the gathering light on Jan. 5th. However, I have to say what a beautiful thing to do - and I hope that Kelly's friend Umber's fight will be successful. She sounds like a warrior and a very optimistic person. This will certainly help her.
You are a beautiful soul, Sue.
Carola Bartz said…
Oh, I forgot to mention that your photo is fantastic. So rich and atmospheric, and that heart in the clouds - incredibly beautiful.

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