Day 3023: An invitation from the universe

Yesterday, while dealing with the loss of a warm, funny, and talented therapist from my group therapy organization, I tweeted this:

Here’s an invitation to explore the many other recent images of my universe.

I’m glad so many people in the Twitter universe answered my invitation for ideas about what to say to a mansplainer.

Here is what I find when I search YouTube for “An Invitation from the Universe.”

Consider this an invitation from the universe to leave a comment, below, and many thanks for inviting me into your universe today.

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20 thoughts on “Day 3023: An invitation from the universe

  1. A profound insight from a sad event

  2. I’ll gladly accept and am sorry for your loss!

  3. So sorry for your loss. Also, you’re so fun on Twitter–glad I’m following you!

  4. An invitation from the universe, and a tribute to life.

  5. Sorry for your loss.

  6. I’m sorry for your loss but also glad that you’ve taken it as an invitation from the universe to love more. Carl Sagan’s statement gets repeated so often because it’s so true: we are all star stuff and we never really leave. We’re merely transformed.

  7. puella33

    I’m sorry about your loss, Ann

  8. Anne, I am so so sorry for your loss. You however have a great attitude and I like you love even more when I suffer a loss. LOVED your gallery. Life is so beautiful!! All around us is life and it is sacred. If more people understood that, our Earth would be very well tended. BIG HUGS!!! xo

  9. i’m sorry for your loss, anne. i had one this week as well, and i love the thought of seeing it as an invitation from the universe. that’s it –

  10. I love the photos of your beautiful universe. You make it more lovely because of your giving and loving heart, dear Ann. And I’m tremendously sorry to hear of the loss of your friend and fellow therapist. So very sorry.

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