Thursday, March 30, 2017

We had a wee babe earlier this week and dang it all, I was worrying about her, nothing big, more subtle and I sent them to the hospital this morning and don't you know, the baby has a heart thang which needs surgery later on. So subtle. I mean she looked good and was pink and clear lungs and good tone but there was something...

I believe there is much that is unseen in this world. I'm sure there are tree devas, for example. I could go on but I'll spare you my hippie musings. Anyway, a disembodied somebody was tapping on my shoulder, fussing at me about this baby. So I paid attention. As I often say to my students, "It never hurts to have another opinion. What's the worst that could happen? There's not a thing wrong with the child and they'll just sent her/him home." Better to be too cautious than not cautious enough.

Rain and sun, rain and sun. Back and forth, in the faithful weather of the NW.

Off to my sangha or as MLK would have called it, my "beloved community."


5 comments:

Susan from the Pacific Northwest said...

Excellent!

beth coyote said...

SFTPNW-Welcome and thanks for stopping by.

Sabine said...

Well done.

Ms. Moon said...

We have senses we do not know we have. And yours, when it comes to wee babes, are sharpened and honed.
Good job!

A said...

Thank goodness for health practitioners who have deep instinct. And listen
to it.