When you walk through a storm hold your head up high,
And don’t be afraid of the dark.
At the end of the storm is a golden sky,
And the sweet silver song of a lark…
Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart,
And you’ll never walk alone.
Recently my grandson spent a whole afternoon crying in the school washroom because of a bullying incident. I guess no one ever told him that he’s never alone even when he’s alone. There really is recourse not only in difficult situations where we can call on for help from the universe.
Interestingly when he was very small, maybe 3 or 4, I was babysitting him. He was quietly playing at one end of the livingroom and I was busy at the other end. We were chatting quietly between us and the topic of angels came up. After a brief time of quiet a huge smile came across his face. I noticed this and asked him “What is it Steven?” “Not telling.” He vigorously shook his head continuing to smile! A period of silence ensued and then he came out with, “My Angel told me, I love you Steven” and the smile kept getting bigger and bigger.
Such occurrences are really not all that uncommon. Karen Berg presently the head of the Kabbalah in California lived through a traumatic incident when she was a teenager. She was beaten up by a gang and thrown into a pit, with no way out. In her desperation in the night she heard a voice speaking to her, calming her down, telling her she would be fine and would be found in the morning. And as promised she got out fine. She was to know that when she seemed to be abandoned and alone – she wasn’t.
None of us are thrown out into the world on our own. We all come accompanied. We all come with a purpose. We all have helpers that accompany us.