Susan Heffron Hajec
Creativity as a woman and as a mother comes from being willing to make the connection…and keep it.
Susan Heffron Hajec
Connect my heart to my life,
my life to my being.
Connect my day to my joy.
Connect my prayer to my Source.
Connect my family to my love.
Connect my eyes to all of creation.
Connect my soul to the good, the true, and the beautiful.
Connect my taste to the digestion of justice and peace.
Connect my direction to just the next right thing.
Connect my sorrow to the well of transforming waters.
Connect my intolerance to the channels of change
needed to be made within me.
Connect my prayer to the power of the Word
which makes it so when united
with the highest Will of Good.
Connect my bodily health to the divine molecular structure.
Connect my will to the Divine tasks
assigned to me.
Connect my persistence to the trust in the labyrinth path
that always leads to the center and back
out into the world again.
Connect my sitting bones to different couches so that
I don’t forget I am on a journey.
Connect my gratefulness and gratitude for life
to each morning sunrise.
Connect my confusion to the patience that the answers
lie within and will not be kept from me.
Connect my tears to the memory that I am always
nurtured, supported, and guided just
for the asking.
Connect me to the asking.
Connect my work with only that which is mine to do
And then connect me with the courage
and love to do it.
Connect me with the awareness and truth
that I am part of all that is –
Connect me with the Oneness of me
and the Oneness of Thee.
Woman, daughter, wife, mother, divine friend, My Energy Signature is Souljourner at-large. I am Truth Seeker, Peace Maker, Love Giver.
I love the gift of life given to me. I am family and friend-centered. I’ve worked in the world as teacher, writer, editor, public relations, holistic health and fitness instructor, and
Spirituality workshop presenter.
My religion is “In God’s Being, I live, and move and have my being.”
My creative stories and inspirational writings can be found on www.napkinwriter.wordpress.com and in the 2011 archives.