Today the unicorns and the angels bring us the dual messages of "Worth Waiting For" and "Share." These two messages deal with our close relationships and especially our friendships. The angels tell me that it takes time to build a strong friendship, one in which there is love, trust and openness on both sides. Some of the very best romantic relationships began as close friendships that blossomed into much, much more! Today we are being advised to reach out to a friend and find a way that we can enrich that friendship through sharing. This could mean sharing a story, allowing our friend to talk about a troubling life situation without taking over and giving in to the need to talk about our own lives, taking your friend out for lunch or giving them an unexpected gift. If you're unsure of what to do, open your heart and ask the angels for guidance. They would love to help you with this project!
~ Lady Wolfdreams
~ Lady Wolfdreams
"When you share, everyone feels happy."
If you'd like to make new friends, start by sharing with them. You can do this in many ways, such as helping someone with their work or giving them some food. You can also share your feelings with a person and they'll share their feelings with you. Sharing feelings often makes your friendships closer.
It's also a good idea to share things with others. Do you have anything in your closet that you never use? If it's okay with your family, why not give it to someone who needs it? This will make you both feel happy. As you give away old things, you'll discover a secret: New things will come to you as if by magic. It's true!
You can also share when you're with a group of people. For example, let someone else talk while you listen or work as a team to win a game. (You can also let another person win a game as a nice way to share.)
It's also important to let other people give to you. In friendships, both people give to each other. So let your friends share with you. All you need to say is "Thank you" and feel happy about how fun it is to share with your friends and family.
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