Every Wednesday I set aside time to make some wishes. It’s a way to tap into what I want and to tap into the abundance of the Universe. I also like to spend some time making wishes for others because I believe that when you get down to it, we are all one. This week is rough because there is so much suffering going on. Please help me wish for the well being of those that are hurting because of Hurricane Harvey. We can all help in one way or another.
Wishes for myself:
I am wishing for the continued outpouring of support for Texas. Let us continue to give and help for as long as it takes to restore all that has been damaged and support all those who have been affected. Here are some ways we can all help.
- American Red Cross: You can donate on their website or text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10.
- AmeriCares: Every $10 you donate will provide $200 worth of aid in the form of medicine and supplies.
- DirectRelief: Focused on providing relief to health care facilities to provide medicine and medical supplies to the most vulnerable. You can donate via their website or by calling 805.964.4767.
- Send donations via text. If you cannot afford to donate money, help by sharing this image so those that can will. Spreading the word and inspiring others to donate is a great way to help.
Wishes for others:
- Connie wants Houston to come out on top. Please don’t let any more be affected.
- Taca also has Houston in her heart and a particular desire to have the toddler that survived by holding on to her mother be taken care of. That mother lost her own life, but managed to save her child’s. May she rest in peace knowing that she did indeed manage to save her baby’s life. Send that child love, compassion, kindness and a safe place to call home.
- Alba is asking for continued resilience and a boost to the spirits of everyone in Texas (herself included, please).
- Carolyn sends all her wishes to the people in Houston. May they come out of this soon and all right (as all right as is possible after so much devastation).
- Donna wishes “for the displaced people and businesses and animals in the flood zone to be whole again and strong enough to keep their current sense of community going after they have dried out.”
- Bryanne thanks you in advance for a safe flight tomorrow. Also, help all of her Houston friends and family rebuild their lives without further “roadblocks or additional headaches.”
- Andrea asks for the health and well-being of several family members.
- Audrey wants the government to surprise us all by doing an exceptional job of helping the people of Texas get what they need.
- Todd is still dreaming of a 45-less White House and the return of happiness to the people.
- Eileen is channeling strength, determination and positivity for Texas. Closer to home she is requesting an amazing school year for her children and all students. Help her children smoothly navigate their transition into a new school.
- Jessa will be sending Axel to pre-K next Wednesday. Help Axel embrace the experience rather than fight it. Sprinkle some employment pixie dust on her husband and may he give great phone on upcoming interview. For Texas she sends her heartfelt loving concern along with wishes for dry skies and a fast recovery.
- Claire’s only wish is for endless and sufficient help for everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
- My heart broke reading Réne’s. Please send help to rescue her friend’s 85-year-old aunt in Houston, who can’t get out of her home because the weight of the water is making it impossible for her to open the door. UPDATE: She was rescued!!!
- Mari echoes everyone’s wishes for Houston.
- Denise’s heart has been feeling the weight of suffering in Texas and, of course, wants what’s best for everyone affected. On the home front, send her opportunities for financial abundance.
- Mar’s wish is “for the American comrade spirit to overcome and help everyone who needs help spiritually, physically and mentally.”
- Laura is waiting on someone who will love her as she is, help that person find their way to her.
- Amber wants the words that she needs when she needs them. Remind her that the words are already in her, she just has to find a way to pause so that she can hear them.
That’s it for me this week. What are you wishing for?
This post is part of the weekly Wednesday Wishes series.