Day 2129: An aura of light and love

Yesterday, I saw how to create an aura of light and love.


“Live righteously and love everyone; you will build up around you an aura of light and love.”

I don’t know if I always live righteously and love everyone, but I am capable of seeing an aura of light and love, even when it’s raining.















Great baseball players, dogs dressed up in Halloween costumes, and giving sorrow words can all build up an aura of light and love, as can “Tears of Rain” by Pat Metheny and the late Charlie Haden.

Gratitude also creates an aura of light and love, so many thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.


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15 thoughts on “Day 2129: An aura of light and love

  1. Congratulations would appear to be in order

  2. We need so much light and love, Ann. Thank you for your aura.

  3. for the light you shone my way the past few years through your blog.

  4. I see an aura of ANNless love and luminous light. ヽ♡、ヽ♡`ヽ♡(* ̄o ̄*)>ヽ♡`、♡ヽ`♡

  5. Congratulations to the Red Sox!
    And it’s the time of year for the auroras that Wallace Stevens described as being like “a blaze of summer straw, in winter’s nick”.
    The auroras remind us that the sun still shines even at night. Even when we can’t see it the sun wraps around from the other side of the world.

  6. Light and love feels good

  7. There’s a wonderful aura around Red Sox fans that’s for sure! Don has ordered the DVD set and is looking forward to reliving the World Series over and over again this winter. Love the love!

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