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a Tiny Rabbit

June 10, 2014

kani

There is a tiny, tiny rabbit,
alone in a cement jungle and chased into a corner.

***

Our soul and body is always connected into the Nature,
even though we would have born in a city,
or if we enjoy living there.

Without that connection,

we feel lost inside,
we get sick,
we loose the Joy of live.

*

 I got this message from an Angel.

*

Fear not, O land;
    be glad and rejoice,
    for the Lord has done great things!

 Fear not, you beasts of the field,
    for the pastures of the wilderness are green;
the tree bears its fruit;
    the fig tree and vine give their full yield.

Joel 2:21-22

***

We have been given a wonderful planet.

So vital and beautiful.

I’m afraid, that we don’t appreciate it enough.

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These days I have been visited by a special Angel, Angel Haniel.

She is one of these “big” Angels, She is the Joy of God.

She is always surrounded by the elements of Nature,

her aura is in green and pink shades, mostly in different tones of green,

and of course, she is radiant, pure energy and light.

*

I suppose she has visited me,

because I have been thinking and written about happiness and life.

She is the biggest Angel of Joy of life!

She comes with the total, pervasive Harmony,

she is like a summer wind, warm and gentle,

her energy can full fill you with a pleasant mixture of balance and happiness.

She wants me to tell you,

that all you have to do is ask:

Call Angel Haniel, and ask for balance, ask for help.

She will come and help you.

I can assure you that you will feel the difference,
miracles can happen,
and they always start from the heart.
***
I have painted this rabbit with oil colours, it’s actually just a stone.
Afterwards I lacquered it to make the colours a bit more weather-resistant.
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For me, this rabbit is a symbol of human vulnerability,
emotional vulnerability.
Moments of success can give an illusion of invincibility,
and ever lasting success – through accomplishments.
Big cities and huge working environments create easily
a life style with unhealthy illusions,
and as an result,
you’ll start to feel rootless because loose your natural connection to the Nature.
It’s inevitable, that there will be days and periods of fatigue and failure,
and needs of social belonging and safeness.
It’s not good to be alone in a cement jungle
and feel as chased into a corner.
There is no fun about it, no happiness.
It’s not a healthy or balanced life style.
***
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Prayer of today:

Oh mighty, my Lord
Turn your face on us.

Give your protection for the Mother Nature,
for all plants and animals,
Bless the coming harvest.

In our hearts we know,
Our future lays in Your hands
– You give us strength and protection.

Give us our daily bread,
and help us to understand its true value.

Oh mighty, my Lord
give us understanding to protect our environment,
help us to enshrine plants and animals,

Teach us to be wise.

Amen.

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