Angels fly because they take themselves lightly.
Angels fascinate me.
I often wonder what it would feel like to fly.
No, I’m not talking about flying in a plane or chopper. Let me draw a simple word picture.
I would like to be standing around, let’s say, at the grocery checkout line, be minding my own business, and attempting with all my might to focus on something productive. I read somewhere that the time we spend waiting in lines is the perfect opportunity to carry on a deep conversation with God.
So, in my mind, as I wait in line, God and I are talking.
I usually ask Him to bless every person in my line and the cashier who will be waiting on me.
If the lines are super long and I’m still waiting, I keep talking and get as much blessings for everyone around me until I reach my destination.
Bless line 3, still waiting, bless line 4, still waiting and suddenly . . . you see me gracefully lifting off the ground!
That’s what I’m talking about!! Nothing major. Just a couple of inches off the ground.
Simply levitating for a few minutes!
You know some people in history had this incredible experience, right?
Saint Francis of Assisi is one famous person recorded to have “suspended above the earth, often to a height of three, and often to a height of four cubits.”
Okay, some of you may think, well, has anyone seen levitation going on with any person outside the Christian faith?
Nagendrantu Bhaduri was a saint from India who mastered several Yogic techniques and would enter into a state of “ecstatic calm” and then, levitate.
Well, what do you think? Possible, or are these just made up stories?
Hmm, I’ve got some ways to go before I learn to take myself lightly,so, perhaps it would be better if I just catch you if you happen to fall as you go out and enjoy a flight with the Angels.
Have yourself a simply charming flight!
I’ll be right here.