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Cracks in the Sidewalk Lead to Wholeness in the Soul

Bloom in the crack

Cracks in the sidewalk are reminiscent to the cracks in our soul.  They tell a journey of weathering the storm.  The cracks remind us of the ebb and flow of life.

We can build the strongest foundation, but no matter how strong, the winds of life will guide us through the door of change.

The cracks in our soul remind us of the eruptions, the storms, the pain and suffering, and the beautiful chaos in our life.  The cracks open up pathways to our deepest Self and new spaces can be forged with divine love.  The cracks represent opportunities for growth and renewal.

Without the cracks, there is no change, no growth, no deeper understanding, and no more fusion closer to the divine.  There would be no more no new breath, no opportunity for new light or a greater, more evolved connection to express divine love.  We may go through many foundations in our soul, but our roots will always find the light within the cracks.

When I walk down my city’s streets my eyes fixate on the cracks in the sidewalk and I take note of the sun shining through the tiny spaces breathing in that moment as a call to see,  to know, and to express divine love in its many manifestations.

The cracks in my city’s sidewalk tell a history of growth and renewal as to the cracks in our individual and collective souls.  They tell a story of our histories of destruction and triumph, and the evolution of our society slowly gaining the momentum, the courage, the love, the consciousness to reach our arms out to the light energy and letting it guide us further through the beautiful chaos of life in a more connected way.

Let’s revel in our brokenness, not for ego’s sake, but to fuse us closer to our essence, for it is the key that opens the door to the ultimate light of healing into wholeness.

Let the cracks in the sidewalk lead us to the wholeness in our soul.

Om Shanti Om ~ Athea


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  • Tanya Marcelo January 8, 2014, 11:36 pm

    Amazing blog!!!love it!!.;)

  • Athea Davis January 9, 2014, 12:52 pm

    Thank you, Tanya!

  • beverly hatle January 9, 2014, 10:31 pm

    What I thought were my worst nightmares come true, were actually opportunities of brokenness for the light to shine through and to begin anew. I suspect I always was a little “cracked” anyway, nobody is perfect 🙂 Namaste’

  • Sarah January 9, 2014, 11:34 pm

    This is one is my new favorite! Love it. Very good.