Penelope Jupiter Zela
I am 50
I had planned a big party for my 50th birthday. But somehow it just isn’t being supported by Ma Universe (the Generator Operator and Destroyer of my life.) Turning 40 was quiet as I was shy about my age and now 50 is a whole new world. So my big bash will come in its own time. I should know from years of birth work how this is the law of nature. She does what She will. :)
Now I want to thank my life. I want to acknowledge my gifts and blessings at this monumental time when I am crossing The big 50.
Thank you mom and dad for having the energy and courage and dedication to bring me into the world and raise me up the best you could at the time. I truly wouldn’t be here if it were not for you and I am forever indebted to you for your care and love and dedication to me as a person.
I am grateful to my Mother Earth and for each breath which has been supported and all of the trees, streams and natural elements which have sustained my life.
I am grateful for my teachers and my spiritual guides. To my Guru, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who has taken me in when my mormon life kicked me out.
I am grateful to my counselors and healers as well. You have been my lifeline in so many ways and times.
I am grateful to all of my friends and communities of which I have had the privilege to be with; including those from the more subtle realms.
I am grateful to those who have loved me dearly and taught me hard and beautiful lessons.
I am grateful to my husband, David Moksha, for making me his queen. I was taught as a mormon I would be able to earn that status at a later time but I am learning that heaven is here and now.
May being human, a biologic masterpiece be celebrated. I continue to be amazed and grateful for each day for each meditation, for each manifestation of life. Here is to 50 more or how ever many Mother Nature sees appropriate.
Thank you, I love you, I’m sorry, I’m grateful, please forgive me and may we all live in peace and happiness.