Forever ago, when my sister and I were renaissance herbalists at the faire 4 months out of the year, we met a lot of interesting people. One day when most everyone was at the end-of-day joust, a woman stood out front of the shop with us and told us how she "read" clouds. That day had an expressive sky, including the sunbursts through holes in clouds (which she called God skies) and lots of majestic imagery. It was fascinating, particularly since I love to watch the sky.
At this house, I can see all of the sky. Tonight after dinner I went out to take in the evening breeze. The sky was amazing.
At first I thought, "well there's no message here."
Then I realized that I had to look in so many different directions to see all the things that are going on that there's no way to take it all in. It's just beyond human comprehension.
And so it is with life at this moment in time. We're all filled with uncertainty, varying degrees of concern - or outright fear, and there's plenty of anger and loneliness out there, too.
So let's keep our eyes open and looking around. Be sure and look for good things and good people. Look out for others when you can, and always keep an eye on the other end of the tunnel. We'll get there.