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Spirituality to me is being guided to do what is in front of me to do.

Spirituality to me is being guided to do what is in front of me to do.

During my stay in Abadiania, Brazil, I was lead to take care of stray dogs on the street.. They are all shapes, colors, and sizes. I created a team of support to help me. I did Shaman healing energy work on many. For some, I asked for forgiveness for our ignorance as we watch them starve. I introduced myself to the local veterinarian and made donations. I adopted one of the dogs named Sofi, got her spayed and placed her in a loving home in the state of Washington, USA

I did not go to Brazil with an agenda; I went with an open heart.

Affirmation: In the name of God, I find great joy in serving, and it shows up as it needs to.

To learn more about the Sofi Project  https://www.templehayes.com/the-sofi-project/

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