A Channeled Message from The Guides:
Catch me if you can. My world is the world. My family may be some like me, but often I will adopt those that are kind and I can trust. I am territorial and migratory. I may travel thousands of miles to find my home away from the cold. In one part of the world it is cold; the other half is warm. Some like me live in places where it is warm always and travel little. It is our size that makes us so formidable and it is not the song we sing that gives us our name for we are not great singers, but it is instead our wings and the rapid pace at which we move them that gives us our name.
Whether you travel the world or stay close to home, friends come in all shapes and sizes. So, cherish them even if they cannot sing.
Catch me if you can if only in your heart!
This little, yet mighty bird reminds us about the importance of family within our lives. This could be with friends of like or as diverse as relationships between different species. We often call these collective groups comprised of such heart-felt relationships: friendships, communities and our tribes. Many of us consider our pets our family as I do too, but I also consider the hummingbirds who live in my yard included in the extension of my family. Cherishing the commonalities, while also appreciating the diversities of these special relationships is what allows our hearts to sing, regardless of the type of song that is sung.
Click HERE to watch the video that shows the session when this message came through.
We have ruby-throated hummingbirds where I go on the Adirondacks. They can be vicious trying to protect their hummingbird feeder. I”ve seen up to 12 vying for four spots. Craziness! custom writings
It just goes to show that power can be packed into small and beautiful creatures!