In the no-time and all-time of the infinite breath, we learned again that we are starlight, created to honor the earth, to join her wondrous mystery and holy dance.

In silence and stillness, the abandoned ones crept out from the misery we’d made and told us the tale of who we came to be:

We were the blessed who could gather the wounded and neglected, the forgotten and exiled, the furred, feathered, finned, and wild-winged beauty of earth; who could love them back to wholeness, who could rescue ourselves by saving it all.

Soulfriends, companions, you sang back our starsong, our earthsong, the song that cries save us, love us, make us whole…

And all that was broken, healed. Rescuing, we were rescued; loving, we were loved…

Hearing our heartsong, we danced.

~ Kitty O’Meara

Riley Dancing With Daddy 001


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8 thoughts on “Rescued

  1. Where can I find a way to contact you by mail, please? Would like to explain you something related to your very well known text during this pandemia. I’m writing you from Madrid, Spain. Thanks!


    1. Sweet Clancy and Riley. We miss them and all the others who’ve left our now so much, and are so grateful for every bit of our hearts and lives they rescued. Love you, too!


    1. Yes, gratitude is a huge part of healing, love, and transformation. Thank you so much for visiting and sharing. It’s lovely to hear you found a bit of what you needed. Gentle peace, and stay safe.

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