Today’s guest author is intuitive psychic medium and life coach Rick Wood. This article originally appeared on his own website (www.RickyWood.net) and is reprinted here with permission.
Think back to a time that you had help, unexpected help, that came at the right time. Did it feel like divine intervention? Did someone help you when you most needed it?
For a lot of us, the word ‘angel’ denotes an other worldly being wrapped in white and adorned with beautiful wings. As many of you do, I also believe in angels that we don’t physically see who help & guide us.
I also believe Angels come in all kinds of packages. As a lot of you know, recently our beloved dog, Angel, left her adorable cuddly body and is also an angel again. She was such an example to me of how we as humans can learn from our furry friends to listen more and love without conditions. I am so grateful for the years she spent with us and losing her made me really think about how we can be angels for one another in so many ways.
It doesn’t have to be a monumental task or something that we have to spend tons of time or resources on. It can be something as simple as a smile or a hello, a compliment or kind statement. Everyday you have the ability to be someone’s angel.
A lot of you reading this probably already practice this on a daily or weekly basis. So, I have a new way that I am practicing being an Angel and I invite you to join me.
We all have dreams, whether it is to start a business, travel somewhere, or try something for the first time. Usually the biggest obstacle that people think about is how they are going to afford to do it. They may even dismiss their dream altogether because they don’t believe it is possible.
Why not be an angel for someone and give them a jump on getting started planning, saving, and fufulling their dream. It doesn’t have to be huge, whatever you can afford – $20, $30 or if you are struggling even $10. Whatever it is, give it to a stranger with a note to get started with their dream.
You never know whose life you may change!
How to find the person you might ask? Be open to receiving guidance leading you to the person you should help. But don’t get too caught up in it, just do it!
When you are in line at a coffee shop, look at the business cards hanging on the board. When you see someone online who says they ‘wish’ they could do something, or happen to visit a business where they seem to be struggling. Wherever it strikes you.
Pick one and send them $20 with a note that says, “You don’t know me, and I don’t know you, but I wanted to send you this to help you fufull your dreams. Whatever that may be. Feel free to pay-it-forward! All my best. Or something along those lines.
Remember no return address – you are an angel.
I think every single one of us is an angel, a lot of us just don’t know it.