A number of us on the various teams I participate on are having what I think is a common realization.
(I wish I had pictures of you all, but I don’t, friends. I apologize.)
In the face of the disappointment of waking up on Dec. 22 and still being here, and after going through our three days of darkness and our dark night of the soul all rolled into one, and considering that our raison d’etre for being together well could have vanished into thin air, what do we find ourselves doing?
Calling each other. Messaging each other. Gravitating to each other….
We so much enjoy working together, that, if we were unemployed, what we’d probably do is … find some work together.
The soul group, the sacred circle has come together and it doesn’t seem to depend on having a mandate or a mission or a charter. We just so much like each other and have been together now for so long, so intently working through one missed schedule, one crisis after another, always coalescing again and carrying on, that life just becomes for us about being together, emailing together, Skyping together, from London in the North, Sydney in the South, Vancouver in the West to Zurich in the East – and all points between.
One person after another in this large, amorphous team that covers several tasks and several fronts keeps saying, “What a wonderful group we are.” And somehow, for some reason, it just keeps sinking in deeper and deeper round about this time.
Christmas? Don’t know. New Year’s? Don’t think so as enjoyable as those are.
But for a while there, it looked as if it wasn’t our mission. So what could it be?
The truth is: we so like each other that we’d be Skyping each other if we had no mission.
If we didn’t have a scenario to work on … we’d create one. (Oh, I can hear the critics’ pens whizzing at that one!) But we do have a scenario. We’ve come through another seeming catastrophe. (But then there’s no catastrophe promised for Earth! There’s no reason to fear!)
But even if we didn’t, we’d….
… and I think you see where I’m going with this….
… if we didn’t, we’d still want to be together more than anything else.
And people on the periphery of these teams keep moving in closer and becoming a part of them. It really is like a coming together that I can’t explain according to old Third-Dimensional concepts. Or New-Testament prophecies. Or soul contracts alone.
However, not from one source but from different sources, we have become aware that we’ve worked together in numerous lifetimes. Sure, sure, someone could say, “Ah, that’s all staged.” Well, maybe it is! But who cares?
It’s still such a wonderful thing to be part of such a wonderful group.