Am an Elder Now

In the Good Book, we are told that we have three score and ten years as an expectation of life; today, I achieved that time on the planet. I am 70 years old. Fortunately, I am in good health and look forward to many more years of service.

This achievement does not mean anything significant on Earth; you are just an older, but wiser person. But among certain sub-groups, you can be invited to become an Elder, as in the Hopi Elders. This is an honor that recognizes that you walked the narrow path of seeking enlightenment without being corrupted. This can be very difficult for many.

So….Today, I am an Elder of Earth and can take my place with those who are like me, but, perhaps, much older.

I invite other Elders to make contact with me; I am ready for the next step.

In my travels, I have encountered several people, all women, who have had an amazing gravitas; they were all striking visually and looked to be around middle age, but had eyes that were very old. These are the Elders that I am writing to today. They are all from other places.

How do I know that I am an Elder? Simple, my Guide, my inner voice, has told me so. Now, I can step off of the narrow, straight path and do other things. It’s like inventing things, when the project or device or alloy is completed, it, visually, lights up like a Christmas Tree. That is happening to me now; I have reached a certain level of completeness and am looking around for my next project.

Love, Light and Laughter,


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