#spiritsays: The big bully on the other side of the fence had often called Gert a nosey old cow and, while it was true that she had could recite the comings and goings in the neighboring fields, it was because she cared how her neighbors were faring, including the moody one next door. Gert thought he might need love the most.
#spiritsays: Known for sticking her sticking her nose where it didn’t belong, Rosy’s barnyard colleagues tended to turn their back on her gossip sniffing snout. Slop is always easy to sniff out. Root out praiseworthy tubers and tidbits instead.
#spiritsays: When you try to mold something into what it’s not, expect to suffer a few lumps and bumps. You will always recognize your highest by the smooth and pliable putty in your hands. If you feel resistance, you’re forcing rather than creating.