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Aug 27, 2011

It occurred to me that this would be a good time to have a celebration just for the sake of having a celebration.  Just for the sake of seeing all that The Divine has done for us and giving some thanks, even if it isn't one of those marked-on-the-calendar appointed times for such a celebration.

Many years ago, someone who I have come to venerate had some advice for people who were going to The Divine with prayers because of specific needs: "Give thanks in advance", he was known to say.  And in at least one place, someone quoted him as saying "When you do that, you have them over the barrel and they have to do something for you, because you're thanking them!"  Some would question such a statement, but it works.  And, he was able to pull off some amazing stuff in his lifetime.

And, come to think of it, why not!  And why not from time to time take a step back and look at the blessings you and I have and give some thanks.  And who knows?  Like in a retail business where it seems that the happy customer seems to get better service, in life it seems that people who give thanks wind up having more to give thanks about!

And in this, I'll reveal something to you which some of you might find to be the clue to inspire a quest.  But, that is for you to see.  Just as you'll see here that this ritual and celebration was spontaneous and unrehearsed (as mine normally are).  But then again, I'm not the Pope at St Peter's Square at Christmas or Easter.  I'm just a priest (and a mortal) who wants to spend some time giving thanks to The Divine for some wonderful things.

Blessed Be!