I admit it: I like my own company. In fact, some of my best thinking comes when I don’t have to engage in communicating with others. But then I turn around and write a daily blog about what I’m thinking. Hmm.
Seven years ago, the minister who united Susan and I together in matrimony suggested that I should join his twice-monthly Faith and Science group. It seemed like a good idea, so after we moved to Midland, I started to attend. It was ‘interesting’. There was probably only one individual in the group who understands spiritual truth in the same way that I do, and his knowledge comes from a Near Death Experience!
I also came up against another individual who was a professor (retired): sparks flew, but he turned out to be a spiritual brother-in-arms (in disguise), until his death two years ago. I miss him every day.
Now, since we no longer meet face-to-face because of COVID-19, I have stopped attending the weekly ZOOM meetings. When I last spoke to Ray, over a month ago, I wondered if we would be returning to the face-to-face group work soon. He said he would raise the issue with Ian, who coordinates the meetings. I’ve heard nothing since.
Meanwhile, I have now connected with other astrologers on Facebook and contribute to their pages, as and when the mood strikes me. But it’s not the same, since they already are well-aware of how astrology works for them. And my particular perspective (Gnostic-Christian) can make our goals quite dissimilar.
But the overarching consensus as always is important: We are in this together, and we are all one.