We have all heard the phrase, “six degrees of separation,” but sometimes God/Divinity sprinkles a little extra sparkle on the moment or situation. Let me explain. Last night I struck up a conversation with a stranger and a few questions into our conversation I discovered she knows my all-time favorite teacher who I have searched for, to no avail. I also discovered the reason for my failure to find my favorite teacher… she remarried years ago and has had a different last name since. When I learned this news, time stopped and the tears started. Unbelievable, but not. I made note of the name change, then gave the stranger my card to pass on to my former teacher and hope to connect with her soon. With more joyful tears, of course. I wrote about this teacher, Ms. Bergquist, in a former post, “Thank You for Caring, Teacher” What makes this moment even more incredible is I was in an unfamiliar setting last night, and yet somehow ended up next to this woman.
Sometimes we are in the right place at the right time, then it is our job to be open to meeting, asking, learning, and discovering. ✨
Should you choose to leave a comment, thank you in advance. Please know I am traveling a dusty desert road for a few days, so thanks for your patience. 🙏🏻 Enjoy the mystery of life!
Thank you for visiting and reading. Be well. 💗 Michele
Photos: my images from the dusty desert road
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