What Helps You Be More Aware of the Bounty Surrounding You?

This morning this exotic iris popped out into full bloom. It’s never bloomed the whole time I’ve lived here – four springs now.

We’re in such a severe drought right now that the Forest Service is closing Santa Fe National Forest tomorrow. It will remain closed until we get a significant amount of rain to radically reduce fire danger.

What Helps You Be More Aware of the Bounty Surrounding You?

Do irises thrive during a drought? I don’t know. And, the evidence is clear about this glorious one. It’s thriving right where it’s planted because of, or in spite of, the drought.

Just after I heard of the Forest closure, I noticed this miracle. What miracles are surrounding you right now? Even if you’re in the middle of a tough time, as many of us are, what’s calling your heart?

I’d love to hear from you. What bounty is in plain sight at this moment?

Join the conversation – comment below.

2 comments to What Helps You Be More Aware of the Bounty Surrounding You?

  • Ann Strong

    Ken, love seeing love everywhere! The visual of the elephant carrying the lion cub is sooooo wonderful!

  • Ken

    LOVE! Oh, and roses, too…. I’m deep into A Course of Love and The Way of Mastery, and I seem to be seeing love everywhere. Today my email gave me a pic of an elephant carrying a lion cub for a couple miles to the nearest water hole while the tired mama lion walks alongside.

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