That color green.
How does that saying go?
Oh yeah, it got drummed home.
It’s always greener
on the other side
of the fence …
or so it seems.
Holding my head in my hands my Heart could be found down around my toes. How foolish I felt and again just flat out disappointed. Perfection I sought (yeah, right!). Recognition too for what I represent (gotta quit that!). And of course, neither happened.
Two days ago I decided to consult with another Vet to possibly see if this animal hospital “felt right” to me. The moment I walked in I felt emptiness, coldness, a hollowness. I knew in that exact moment I was in trouble. And sure enough during the entire conversation with this Vet, there was barely a ripple of emotional interaction. Conversation did not flow easily and by the time I left I was completely drained.
Hours later, as I laid spent on my couch, it dawned on me why I felt and experienced what I did. My Spirit had felt no Light at this place. Ew, that to me is pretty nasty.
I questioned then why (that pesky word that inhabits my vocabulary a lot) did my Inner Guidance lead me to this place. Doubt assaulted me cruelly. Could my Inner Compass be somehow off, broken even? While sitting with my head in my hands feeling foolish I said, “No, this is not about my Inner Guidance at all. It just can’t be. This is about my straying eyes thinking it is greener on the other side of the fence.”
Sure, I was upset with our present Vet due to some recent events. That being said, there are a lot of aspects of that animal hospital that are really good. Weighing the pros with the cons, I decided the pros won out.
And more importantly, I do feel Light at the animal hospital I go to now. That above all else is an absolute must in my book when I associate with someone.
To complete this tale, I am taking the advice a very good friend of mine once told me. Don’t throw out the baby with the baby water. In other words, use what works for me from traditional medicine and give credit where credit is due. That entails a lot of self teaching in order to understand what does work and what does not. Much is trial and error, lessons learned the hard way, and learning as I go. I just am so grateful that the upsets we’ve encountered lately did not do anyone lasting harm or take a life.
Life is not always greener on the other side of the fence. In fact, it usually is not. Come to think of it, the grass is greener where you water it. (Thank you, Michelle.)
MF Macro Photography Handheld/ “Green”/April 2017©AmyRose
Picture is of Sugar Maple Tree leaf buds.
Happy Weekend, dear friends.
From me, the new 60 as of yesterday.
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