This morning I again rose early to watch for meteors.  I saw one, a faint one, and it was enough. I came in to sit with Bella and meditate, and as usual, thoughts muscled in, but I was gentle with them, receptive, and I opened to the image of a starfish and how it feeds by pushing its stomach out.

Watch this:

In contemplating why this image came right now, today, I realize I’m trying to reveal more of myself, to probe a little more, and discover why I’m here and how I ingest.  

By the way, the starfish is now labeled a sea star because it’s not a fish. It’s related to sea urchins and sand dollars.

Sea stars exposed at low tide

Stars grace both sky and beach

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