John G. Magee Jr.
Last week my eldest daughter sent me an angel wisdom from 365 Meditations and Insights from the Heavens, by Terry Lynn Taylor and Mary Beth Crain. She said it made her think of me.
This was so beautiful I had to share it with you.
"How many of us have felt the sensation of soaring? Of letting go, breaking free, transcending limits? John G. Magee, a young British fighter pilot who was killed in World War II, was privileged to soar in his work, which became not a job but a joyous and profoundly spiritual experience.
To allow ourselves to soar takes courage. Many of us have been brought up with the limiting belief that if we experience too much happiness, it might be taken away. If we fly too high, we might crash. So we cautiously remain earthbound, leaving it to the crazy daredevils to do the things we've dreamed of and the things we haven't. The angels, however, want us to soar, to "slip the surly bonds of earth" and move past the fears that keep us from reaching our highest potential. The traditional image of angels as winged beings carries a pointed symbolism; as manifestations of pure spirit, living in tune with their inner wisdom, they are at last free to exult in their true power and purpose.
Are you feeling blocked, frustrated, or unfulfilled in some areas of your life? If so, it may be time to think about soaring. Where have you been earthbound? Where would you like to soar? What's holding you back? What will happen if you allow yourself to soar? What will happen if you don't?
An Angelic Reflection: I am the pilot of my own plane; I have the power and the will to take myself anywhere I want to go. I welcome the unknown, for once I am there it becomes the known."
Thank you Lynn Taylor and Mary Beth Crain for the wonderful insight, and for my beautiful daughter for sending me a message that made me soar.
365 Meditations and Insights from the Heavens
by Terry Lynn Taylor and Mary Beth Crain
Enjoy the Journey.