A reminder of being surrounded by Unconditional Love
On 30th November Andrew and I were walking through the pedestrianized streets of the Old Town when I spotted a one-cent coin lying just in front of my feet. It was my usual “find”, i.e. the smallest of all the coins ...
Date: 12/12/2010 6:01:09 AM ( 11 y ) ... viewed 16504 times
... but the circumstances were unusual in that I usually find coins as my front bike tyre runs over them; of the many coins that I have found – sometimes more than one at a time – I think this is the first where I have found it in my path as I was walking.
The interesting thing about this “find” is that it was right outside a chemist’s shop which held a memory of slight disappointment for me. Each month I have a prescription of two bottles of emulsion for my face, which is gradually clearing up my problem of rosacea. I had gone to this particular chemist for this month’s prescription, and as they had only one bottle in stock, they had sold me that and suggested I come back for the next one when they had re-stocked, within the next day or so.
It turned out that the rest of my money went on food at the fruit shop, and no more money came into my account until the day after the last day on which I could purchase this month’s second bottle, before it got wiped off the computer system. So, the fact that my second bottle of medication for this month was now beyond my reach, was the reason why the sight of this particular chemist’s shop awakened a feeling of slight disappointment in me.
As soon as I saw the coin, in view of where it was lying I knew it was carrying a “message” from Grandad and Nanna to say: “we are with you as always and taking the greatest care of you, so don’t be disappointed about having missed the chance to buy your second bottle of medication, you’ll find a new opportunity in the future…”
– A message underlain by unconditional love, as with all Grandad and Nanna’s “messages”…
I’ll be back when the next coin appears!
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