Star of Completion


This picture has an interesting story with it.


I recently started making my own dairy kefir. It’s easy to make and the health benefits are way up there. Since it’s plain, I would add vanilla for flavor.


So one day I’m pouring in the vanilla, just like any other time and it made this awesome design. I have a witness who saw me pouring it too. Of course I needed to go grab my phone to get a photo. 


She says "I see a blog coming". And here it is. 🙂


The star is awesome. I have watched when I add vanilla since then and there’s no way I could actually make it do that, even if I tried. So obviously the kefir was meant to star in a blog (pun intended!). 


A star is something that shines bright, as we all do, though many times we are unable to see our own light.


It’s a 9 pointed star which is not something you see everyday. It’s not symmetrical in any way, and yet, it’s a wonderful star.


Nine (9) is all about completion, finishing something. And you know whenever there’s an end, there’s always a new beginning just around the corner. Some are afraid of endings. There can be nostalgia, grief, excitement, happiness, all rolled into the ending of something. 


With beginnings, there may be trepidation, excitement, not-knowing, all rolled into the new beginning.


But really, what can you do – except take one step at a time. If you don’t know what the next step will be, that’s OK – one step at a time. Remember to breathe along the way and ask for guidance when you need to. Ask for help too when you're feeling overwhelmed or just need an ear.


And when you’ve completed whatever it is, thank the Divine, your Angels, give yourself a pat on the back and get ready for the new beginning, just around the corner.


Go shine your light whether you’re at the end or the beginning.


Angel Blessings to you.



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2 Responses to Star of Completion
  1. Jeanne
    May 5, 2014 | 8:23 am

    How beautiful and what a great start to your day!

    • Susanne Broome
      May 5, 2014 | 5:03 pm

      Thank you Jeanne! 🙂