A Christmas tree decorated and shines in the darkness.
The issue for this week is a hesitant trust. In your life right now something is being created and you have doubts that you are fully supported. It has been your focus to give a nourishing environment to those you feel need it. You hold back from creating a conflict because your get-up-and-go has got up and went. Its so much safer to hibernate in your cozy comfort place. The problem is that you are isolated. If you truly want to see yourself, you have to look at the world around you. Your perspective will be muddled if yours is the only opinion you experience. Therefore, understanding the outside world is harder when you keep to yourself. Still yet, you are curious. You won’t be still until you get to the bottom of whether to trust or not to trust. Drop your ego. Try to see the place where all things begin. Take a broader, more philosophical view. Reunite with yourself and with those around you. You can decorate a Christmas tree and have all the trimmings, but that doesn’t say anything about true essence. Benjamin Franklin once said, “A good conscience is a continual Christmas.”