Not One Sparrow is Forgotten: A Mother's Day Message

Living Water began 4 years ago around Mother’s Day, when I was prompted to share messages from Divine Mother for spiritually searching and awakening women. This year’s Mothers Day post is a message from her that I received over the course of about 10 days this month. It’s her response to a lovely modern hymn I sang a couple of years ago. .

Not One Sparrow is Forgotten was written for, and recorded by the Dale Warland Singers. It is modern American hymnody at it very best, and touched me deeply when I first sang it. You can listen to the clip at the end of the message. Not One Sparrow has lingered in my mind and heart, as I have felt these questions myself.

Women who are searching deeply within themselves for answers to difficult experiences of personal, family or systemic abuse and/or trauma will find guidance, love, encouragement and hope. Women who are seeking and ready to step up to a greater role in the transformation and great shift that we are moving into will find encouragement and empowerment. Men will find love and guidance. She Desires that all feel deeply heard, seen, witnessed and loved.

Divine Mother is speaking to more and more of us. Blessed Be!

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Living Water from Divine Mother ~ Personal Reflections

Three years ago almost to the day, I launched this blog, with the intention to share inspirations and messages from Divine Mother, to inspire, encourage and uplift women on a journey of spiritual awakening and empowerment with Living Water for our women's souls. 

Life continues for all of us, and mine has taken some surprising turns; these posts have not been as often as I thought and planned they would be.

As I begin a new chapter in my own Heroine's Journey,  I am grateful for the season of Spring, the season of planting seeds for new beginnings, and begin again to follow the inspiration that I received three years ago.

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Claiming Our Ruby Slippers, Pt. II

When Larry and I moved to Texas, I had no idea why I was being led here.    Yes, the outward reason was for a fabulous job opportunity for my husband; yet I have learned there are always deeper reasons for things at play than we are consciously aware of, as my spiritual path has been revealing for many years now.

But still, Texas?? I asked myself.  (no offense intended to my Texas friends.)  Texas is significantly different in climate and culture than where I am from in Colorado; I had concerns that I could feel at home here...

With this question in my mind and heart, Larry and I went to Austin at the beginning of our first summer here...

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