Three Coins in a Fountain, WP prompt by Krista Have you ever tossed a coin or two into a fountain and made a wish? Did it come true?
Tossing a coin into a fountain or wishing on white horses is like throwing desires out into the Universe. As a child looking for white horses or black crows broke the boredom of a journey. Little ditties such as, ‘One for a wish, two for a kiss, three for a letter, four for something better.’
Or,’ One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a letter, four for a boy, five for silver, six for gold, seven for a story never to be told.’ Choosing which ever gave the better result. Putting multiple wishes out to the Universe meant that some of them conflicted.
I’m sure my multiple wishes have been granted, perhaps not as I expected, but over time, each and every wish has been satisfied. Knowing I’m looked after has allowed the Universe to fulfil my wishes. Anxiety and worry only block channels. So wishing all of you reading this, peace and contentment and may your wishes come true. Be careful what you wish for:
Olive has found a home. Adoring Grandpa and Hazel.
Being of a fanciful nature my mind plays tricks with me. Mortality has drifted in and out of my awareness, but there again, so has immortality. I still like to dream of a linking up on the other side. A(n) oneness where love unites us; where multiple husbands are not a complication, but a delight.
Living life to the full is a necessity to prevent disappointment when the time of passing arrives. Not being a believer in hell, as such, but a believer in disappointment for a wasted life. Activity may not be a physical thing. For those in nursing homes, where physical activity is no longer possible, positive mental activity is essential. Creating positivity is a blessing for all of those within your orbit.
I like to think of the charm of childhood continuing throughout my life and the innocence and belief in humankind remains positive. Naivety is something I’ve been blessed with!
Finite Creatures: Daily Post prompt by Ben Huberman
At what age did you realize you were not immortal?
How did you react to that discovery?