Tuesday, January 22, 2008

What Do Angels Look Like?

Several old age ago, in 1990, I wrote a piece entitled, What Make Angels Look LIke? which you will happen below. As the statute title suggests, it is about Angels and what we think they look like.

When most of us reflect upon Angels, we conjure up images in our heads of beautiful mystical beingnesses with deluxe wings and aureate haloes. We may remember assorted childhood memories of narratives told of Angels and what they stand for from the assorted faiths we studied, or schools we attended.

But for me, Angels were always so much more than than that. They were an in progress portion of my mundane world.

I am certain that if you look at your ain life and the people in it, you will happen Angels everywhere. The job is, that most of the time, we just take it all for granted. We travel about our twenty-four hours often lost in thought, unmindful to the human race all around us, unaware of the miracles that abound and the infinite Angels who saving grace our path.

It is my sincere desire that today, you open YOUR eyes to not only see the Angels in your ain life, but to be an Angel for person else. And, It is my profound hope that just for today, you can lift above your mere person being and walk among the gods.

Enjoy the verse form below and have got an angelic day.

What Make Angels Look LIke?

Like the little old lady, who returned your billfold yesterday.

Like the cab driver, who told you that your eyes visible light up the world, when you smile.

Like the small child, who showed you the wonderment in simple things.

Like the mediocre man, who offered to share his luncheon with you.

Like the rich man, who showed you it really is all possible, if lone you believe.

Like the stranger, who just happened to come up up along, when you had lost your way.

Like the friend, who touched your heart, when you didn't believe you had one left to touch.

Angels come in all sizes and shapes. All ages and tegument types.

Some with freckles, some with dimples, some with wrinkles, some without.

They come up disguised as friends, enemies, teachers, students, lovers and fools.

They don't take life too seriously. They go light.

They go forth no forwarding address. They inquire for nil in return.

They have on gym shoes with gossamer wings. They acquire a trade on dry cleaning.

They are difficult to find, when your eyes are closed.

But they are everywhere you look, when you CHOOSE TO SEE.

Copyright (c) 2008 Veronica Hay

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