A sign of encouragement

A couple of years ago in June, 2018, I had found the inner resolve, eventually, to tell my story on my blog in a more elaborate way than just on the About page of WordPress.

Soon after I had set the intent to write, I was doing some grocery shopping and immediately after I had walked out from the cashier, I saw some candy bar on the floor. It was turned face down and I could not see what kind of candy bar it was. As it was after the cashier, I thought, ‘Ooh, how nice, this must be for me!’ and I picked it up.

When I turned it to read the label, I saw “Wunderbar” printed on it – which means “wonderful” in English.
(In the US, this chocolate bar would be named Starbar.)

I took that as a sign of encouragement for my writing project which I was about to start.

This was very welcome and desperately needed because I had to go a long stretch. The writing took me publishing weekly chapters from December 2019 until at least January 2021 plus some preparation time in 2018 and 2019. So, around 2.5 – 3 years. And it was good to feel that someone or some force behind the veil was cheering me on during that time. I very much appreciate that my guidance always finds a way to get their message across to me.

The result of this work can be read on the tab My Journey.


8 thoughts on “A sign of encouragement

    1. LOL, yes, I wish I‘d always find chocolates as signs of confirmation of the right path. That would be fun. Follow the breadcrumbs or follow the yellow brick road?
      Nah. Follow the chocolates!

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