Hidden Gifts & Treasures

Always so important to remember: multiple realities exist all the time, and some of them can surprise you out of nowhere with unexpected wonderfulness! If you’re intent on living whatever you consider a positive timeline, then expect these sorts of unexpected treats, too! ❤

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Yesterday Dave came to me with a big smile on his face and when I asked what was up, he pulled from behind his back a giant tangerine.

He said, “Look what I found hidden in our tangerine tree!”

And when he pulled it out it was a huge tangerine, the largest that little tree has produced since living here.

This is quite odd, as tangerines are ready for harvest in February (around the Chinese New Year)…we’re now in mid June. We’d already gotten all of the tangerines earlier this year (the least amount the tree has produced since being here). But here was this gigantic tangerine that suddenly appears, from within the shadows.

It felt really symbolic.

And since they are abundant symbols of luck and prosperity, this felt foreshadowing of recent messages we’ve received and even the reiterating reading we had in Sedona, all culminating around our trust…

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  1. Posted by Sky on June 14, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    We had a tangerine tree in our backyard when I was growing up. Just looking at it in fruit made me smile. All those small perfect little orange fruits nestled in between glossy green leaves. I still smile whenever I see a bag of mandarins in the store or at a gathering. Mandarins and tangerines simply make people smile. Something about their being “small”, round, orange, and tasty! I think it’s the anticipation and memory of the delicious taste of a good mandarin or tangerine that makes us smile. This entire post made me smile, especially the part about “multiple realities” existing at once. Good reminder.

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  2. Thanks for sharing, Sky! I agree, these are happy fruits and trees!


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