Born to Glitter
Photo by Alia Wilhelm
"I hate to litter.
I prefer to glitter."
A brief word about littering before getting into the main course ... It's a terrible, nasty act to simply throw our trash on the side of the road, in the forrest, into the river, lake, or ocean. I think we all know this, but it never hurts to be reminded. Please don't litter.
Now, on to the glitter fest...
I love anything that sparkles. I have a couple of canvas bags with the whole, bottom third of the satchel covered in either pink or gold chunky, sparkling crystal flakes. Everywhere I go with these bags, I leave behind stray sparkles. Since they are often on the passenger seat of my car, if I actually have a human sitting there, you can bet they will leave with little pieces of shiny-ness on their butts.
I also have faerie threads in my hair. Thin, shimmering strands of silver or purple attached by glittering gypsies (https://www.facebook.com/glitteringgypsies) are scattered throughout, catching the light depending on how I turn my head.
I love shiny shoes, pocketbooks, jewelry and even dresses that twinkle as I move. But, there's more to glittering than simply what we see on the surface. Here are some other ways to shimmer and be brilliant:
When we can walk into a room with calm confidence, we glitter.
When we help someone in need, especially when it comes from the heart, we glitter.
When we share our knowledge about something and enable someone, perhaps a young person, to understand something, we glitter.
When we love with all of our being, we glitter.
When we give of ourselves, our gifts, our talents, without holding back, we glitter.
Photo by Noah Buscher
And, there are so many other ways. So, I recommend that you wear your sparkly clothing and accessories, and that you get some glistening body paint and adorn yourself all over. However, mostly I urge you to check in with your heart and soul and the divine spark in you and let it all shine. This is what I wish for you.