My husband and I going to start teaching a class in September. This is not something we planned or even considered doing. All the sudden this gal was telling us, we’d be teaching teenagers. In fact, I interrupted her.
“Excuse me just a minute, I’m a little confused. I don’t want to interrupt you but we did not volunteer to do this. No one has talked to us about this, the least little bit,” I explained. “What is going on? Where did this come from?”
She answered that by telling us our class would meet once a week. I realized at that time, our class would meet once a week. So I started listening carefully, to find out what our class would be about. I was curious.
It’s a few days later and I don’t know this has all sunken in. But I have had flashes of insight.
“One thing we can both say, convincingly, is there is a soul for every soul. For most people, there is someone out there, who is meant for you. We’re an example of this. We demonstrate it, where it can’t be denied.”
“A soul for your soul? That’s true…”
That was last night. Today I realized these kids would be taught something that’s very important (and lacking) in typical childhood education. The idea that you may meet your soulmate when you’re very young. You may even be a teenager. My husband and I met as teens.
I write about this from time to time. I certainly talk to clients about it.
Last night, I checked the local statistics. 80% of the babies born here are born to single mothers. It’s about 37% nationwide. I mentioned this to my husband. He said, “I’ll tell ’em, eight out of ten of you girls are going have babies by yourself…”
It’s powerful isn’t it? If I was sitting in that class, fifteen years old, I would immediately want to beat those odds.
Our society really is a mess. My husband and I are getting involved. Here’s my question:
What were you taught about love and marriage and having children? Where is Jupiter in your chart?