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From the Inside Out
A TOUCHING TALE


It was just after Thanksgiving. An angry middle-aged man stood at the counter of the animal shelter, gripping the leash of an aging German shepherd. "Why won't you take him?" he shouted. "I need to get him off my hands!"

The adoption counselor tried once more to explain. "At fourteen, Samson is too old to be a good adoption candidate," she said.

"Well, then just take him and put him down," the man yelled. "I want to be rid of him."

"We don't take animals just to put them down," the counselor explained. "May I ask why you no longer wish to keep the dog?"

"I just can't stand the sight of him," the man hissed, "and if you won't put him down, I'll shoot him myself."

Trying not to show her horror, the counselor pointed out that shooting an animal was illegal. She urged the man to consult with his veterinarian for other options. "I'm not spending any more money on this animal," the man grumbled and, yanking the leash, he stalked out. Concerned, the counselor wrote down the license plate of the man's truck and offered up a quick prayer for Samson.

A few days later, a German shepherd was found abandoned. He was brought to the shelter, and the staff recognized him as Samson. The town where he had been abandoned was where his owner lived. The man was contacted by the police and, under questioning, admitted that distraught over his recent divorce, he had sought revenge through the shepherd. He hadn't even wanted the dog, but he fought to keep him to spite his wife. Once his wife was gone, he couldn't bear to see the animal. The man was charged with abandonment, and Samson came to stay at the shelter.

The wife and the couple's son were located in Pennsylvania. They were horrified to hear what had happened to their dog and agreed immediately to have him come live with them.

There was just one problem: The wife was nearly broke after the divorce and their initial move. She could take no time off from work to drive to New Hampshire and get the dog, and she couldn't afford any other method of getting him to her. She hated to have Samson in the shelter any longer but didn't know what to do.

"We'll come up with something," the staff assured her, but in their hearts they didn't know what. They were concerned, as well. Samson had lived with his family all his life. Within a few weeks, his whole world had been turned upside down. He was beginning to mope, and the staff could tell by his eyes that if he wasn't back with his family soon, he would give up.

Christmas was only two weeks away when the angel arrived. He came by pickup truck in the form of a man in his mid-thirties. Through a friend of a shelter staffer, he had heard about Samson's plight. He was willing to drive Samson to Pennsylvania, and he would do it before Christmas.

The staff was thrilled with the offer, but cautious. Why would a stranger drive hundreds of miles out of his way to deliver a dog to people he didn't know? They had to make sure he was legitimate and that Samson wouldn't be sold to meat dealers or dumped along the interstate. The man understood their concerns and, thankfully, checked out to be an upstanding citizen. In the course of the conversation, he explained why he had come forward.

"Last year, I left my dog in my van while I went to do some grocery shopping," he explained. "While I was inside, the van caught fire. I heard people hollering and rushed out to see my van engulfed in flames. My dog meant everything to me, and he was trapped. I tried to get to the van, but people restrained me.

"Then I heard someone shouting, 'The dog is safe! The dog is safe!' I looked over, and there was this man I'd never seen before, holding my dog. He had risked his own life to get my dog out. I'll forever be in his debt.

"Just when you don't think there are heroes any more, one comes along. I vowed then and there that if I ever had the chance to do someone a good turn when it came to a beloved pet, that I would. When I heard about Samson and his family, I knew this was my chance, so here I am."

The shelter staff was amazed. They all knew about the van rescue story. It had been in all the papers, and the shelter had even given the rescuer a reward, but they had never dreamed that Samson's angel was connected to this earlier good deed.

A few days later, Samson and his angel were on their way. The dog seemed to know he was going home, because his ears perked up and his eyes were brighter than they had been in some time.

Just before Christmas, the mail brought one of the best cards the shelter had ever received. Along with a thank-you note were photos of a deliriously happy Samson romping with his family in the snow and snuggling with them by their Christmas tree. Samson was truly where he belonged, and the staff knew he would live out his days happily there.

They also knew that Samson's journey home was a true miracle to be thankful for, and that angels — and heroes— may still appear when you need them, even in the most unlikely forms.


By Crystal Ward Kent, who does extensive freelance writing and has written for newspapers,
magazines and books, including Yankee Magazine, Guideposts’ Books Listening to the Animals
series; Guideposts’ Be Not Afraid, Their Mysterious Ways and A Glimpse of Forever. Her work
also appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul Christmas Treasury for Kids (December 2002).
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KEEP RELATIVES FROM RINGING YOUR HOLIDAY BELL

Are you one of those people who dread the holidays? Last minute shopping, decorating disasters, difficult people to buy for, demanding kids-and most of all the run-ins with relatives!

If you're anticipating a rerun of previous years where your relatives made you crazy and your holidays were filled with headaches, then you are sure to experience that again this year.

Because the energy you put into dreading and anticipating will pave the way for more of the same. The energy — also known as the vibration — that you project in the world will manifest the reality you imagined.

However, you can begin to change all that just with your thoughts. You can use "personal frequency management" and visualization to manifest a truly happy holiday and keep the joy in the holiday season.

By Consciously Creating your day — juggling work, shopping, cooking, tree trimming, kids, the management of those pesky relatives etc. — you can have the kind of holiday season you desire effortlessly and without hiccup.

Here are six tips for creating "Relative Harmony" for the Holidays:

1. Throw Out the Love Net

Well before they show up at your door, when you begin planning your holiday, send your "love net" — your high vibration loving energy — out to your relatives, and keep doing it throughout the holiday season.

Feel love toward them even in the most trying times. Know that love is patience and understanding. Plenty of loving energy can head off, diffuse and transmute negative energy emanating from your relations. Ask for an unending supply of loving energy to pass into you from the Universe and through you to your family members.

2. Visualize

Take some quiet time each day and visualize just how wonderful your time with your relatives will be. In your mind, see them helping you instead of criticizing, offering support, staying out of the way, picking up after themselves, volunteering instead of demanding, loving the gifts you have picked for them, finding ways to make your time together joyful and loving.

Relish the emotions of these wonderful reunions. Thank the Universe in advance for granting this incredible camaraderie, goodwill, grace and warmth. Then go ahead and visualize the rest of your day going smoothly, too!

3. Stay in Your High Frequency Range

Whatever happens, do not allow your relations to pull you into the low frequency range of anger, frustration, bitterness or regret.

Stay in your high frequency states of love, contentment, joy, compassion and generosity — play music and tune out negativity, focus on those who appreciate what you are offering, do something creative that serves your soul. If you are being bombarded by negative energy — excuse yourself and go do something yummy just for you-take in a movie, go for a walk, play with your puppy, give yourself a bubble bath, shoot some hoops.

4. Redirect Them into Helping you in a Good Way

If you know that they are likely to be under foot, in your way or just over-helpful in the wrong ways, have a list in advance of things you would like them to do to help you in a "good way."

They'll feel good about being able to help, and making you pleased, and you will manifest goodwill on all planes.

5. Monitor Your Own Verbal Expressions with Your Love Bubble

Before you say anything that you would regret or that will escalate into warfare, encase yourself in positive, loving energy. Allow your "love bubble" to be a place where you can breathe deeply and transform your negative energy to positive. See cool, calming blue light starting at the top and washing over you down to your toes at the bottom of the bubble.

Now step out, and say what you need to say in a calm, loving, respectful, constructive, gracious, but firm way. Call upon the "right" words and tone of voice.

6. Give Santa Those "Hot Buttons" and Let Him Take Them Back to the North Pole

You can do all of the above five things, but if you allow your relatives to push those "Hot Buttons," you'll be back where you started. Make a conscious decision that you are giving those Hot Buttons to Santa-as your gift to yourself.

Release those previous memories of pain and angst with your relations and start fresh. If they start down the old path, surprise them and don't engage! Let go of the mind-chatter in your head that gets you crazy and allows them to get your goat. Just decide NOT to go there. Instead just keep telling yourself, you deserve joy, peace, goodwill and good, kindly relatives at the holidays! And they just might turn out to be what you imagined! Now go and have a TRULY happy holiday!

~Jackie Lapin is the author of The Art of Conscious Creation (See Below) and
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Like giant autumn leaves floating in a sunlit pond, this vast expanse of thousands magnificent stingrays animates the bright blue seas of the Gulf of Mexico. Taken off the coast of Mexico’s Holbox Island by amateur photographer Sandra Critelli, this breathtaking picture captures the biannual migration of thousands of rays as they follow the current from Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula to western Florida. Gliding silently beneath the waves they turned vast areas of blue water to gold off the northern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula.

Sandra stumbled across the phenomenon while looking for whale sharks. She said: 'It was an unreal image, very difficult to describe. The surface of the water was covered by warm and different shades of gold and looked like a bed of autumn leaves gently moved by the wind. It's hard to say exactly how many there were but in the range of a few thousand. We were surrounded by them without seeing the edge of the school and we could see many under the water surface too. I feel very fortunate I was there in the right place at the right time to experienced nature at its best.'

Measuring up to 6ft 6in across from wing-tip to wing-tip, these golden cow-nose rays migrate in groups — or ‘fevers’ — as they glide their way silently towards their summer feeding grounds. They have long, pointed pectoral fins that separate into two lobes in front of their high-domed heads and give them a cow-like appearance.

Despite having poisonous stingers they are known to be shy and non-threatening when in large schools. The population in the Gulf of Mexico migrates, in schools of as many as 10,000, clockwise from western Florida to the Yucatan. (Contributed by Jane at www.The-Cats-Meow.com )

Golden Rays of Mexico
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Keith and Linda Stetzer - Good Samaritans


Above Keith Stetzer and his wife Linda are thanked by Mark Brahms when they return Susan Brahms' ring.
"It was one of those things -- somebody lost this; they have to be looking for it," Stetzer said. Sure, he could use the money, he said. Stetzer is a construction worker; his wife, Linda, is a payroll clerk, and gas prices are not going down. "When you don't have a whole lot, $40 is whole lot," he said. "But you've got to stop and think about it. If you lost that ring, would you want somebody to return it? If I lost my wallet, I would want somebody to return it." He would not find out until days later that the diamond was 3.02 carats and an excellent cut (photo below) worth about $40,000. He only knew that he should try to find the owner.


3.02 caret diamond returned to owners

TYSONS CORNER, VA — Let's say you're walking through a mall parking garage on the way back to your car after a long day of maxing out your credit cards when something small and round glints in the sun temporarily blinding you. When you recover your sense of sight, you walk over to the shiny object and discover that it is a diamond ring — and not just any diamond, a 3 carat, perfectly cut diamond ring. After pinching yourself and realizing this is not a dream but yet another typical sweltering July day in the suburbs, you also realize that you have a decision to make: what are you going to do with the ring? Now, this is a real question, a real-life "what if" scenario with you as decision-maker. You hold in your hands the answer to your grad school loans, your mortgage payment, a shining beacon which you envision holding up to that nasal-voiced bill collector on the other end of the line and saying "Not this time, lady! I am the master of my financial destiny!" Who would know? Who would care? Just some rich folks who don't need the money as badly as you, that's who! If they can drop this kind of dough on jewelry they probably have enough stashed away for a new novelty! You rationalize. You justify. You lie to yourself when you say that you won't feel guilty about this-that this is your due. But, then, you do the right thing ...

Of all the ways Keith Stetzer imagined a diamond ring ending up on the ground of a Tysons Corner parking garage — a bad divorce, maybe an insurance scam — the truth was far more simple. After seeing "Mervis" imprinted on the ring's band, Stetzer and his wife, Linda, enlisted the help of Mervis Diamond Importers in verifying the owner. Jonathan Mervis, whose grandfather started the company, documented the search daily online. Stetzer said he was on his way home from his construction job when Mervis called one night to say that the ring probably belonged to Mark and Susan Brahms and that Mark Brahms was bringing the certificate to the store. The Stetzers grabbed the ring and drove a long distance out of their way to meet them there. "He was kind of overjoyed, kind of in disbelief," Mervis said of Mark Brahms, adding that his wife was in New York but heard the confirmation by phone. "He said she was just sobbing on the other end of the line." Susan Brahms tends to take her rings off to put lotion on her hands, and it is likely that's how the ring ended up in the parking area. Mervis said that before meeting the Stetzers, he never considered anyone would be honest enough to return such a valuable ring. That combined with the calls from people he could NOT help inspired him to start an online lost and found dedicated solely to rings. For his part, Stetzer said he is relieved that he no longer has to keep the ring secure and that the calls from reporters will cease. The Stetzers said the grateful couple gave them a reward, which they plan to donate to a charity "We didn't earn it," he said. "That's not the way I was brought up; my wife neither."

... so at family gatherings and other parties when the "what-if" game presents itself, your friends look at you, some beaming with pride that they have a friend as generous as you, a few with contempt for what they dub your biggest mistake in life, but, whether you know it or not, you did the right thing Keith and Linda Stetzer.

(Contributed by Matt Kahnert: "It was one of my first days at Mervis Diamond Importers, a Washington DC jewelry store, and I was somewhat overwhelmed by the buzz that surrounded the place. We had reporters and media people swarming the building. It seemed all the reporters kept repeating the same amazement and admiration for the 'good Samaritans.' ... The great part about this story is that the Stetzers aren’t superheroes. They’re normal people, like you and I. Anyone can do the right thing: We just have to recognize the opportunities when they arise."
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Mervis Diamond Center


In an attempt to find the owner, Linda Stetzer initially took the ring to a jeweler who cleaned it, noted its value, and found the word "Mervis" imprinted inside the band. The couple then brought the ring to the Mervis Diamond Center in Tysons Corner, Virginia (map below).
"My uncle came up to me to say, 'You wouldn't believe what happened,' " said Jonathan Mervis, whose grandfather started the family company. Mervis Diamonds, he said, was impressed that the couple returned the ring and even more so that they insisted they did not want publicity. "I'm not looking for fame," Keith Stetzer said, "I'm just trying to return something somebody lost." How easy it would have been to keep it, and rationalize that there’s no way we could ever find the real owner anyway. In fact, many people admitted on message boards that they would have kept it if they were in similar circumstances.

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