Good morning to you. How are you doing in your here and now? I haven’t had my morning coffee yet but it’s made; waiting for Kyle to deliver it with a kiss!
Another bit of synchronicity for me to share with you here. I did a drawing last night before dark to help me wind down and as you can see it’s a purple doorway with lots of “particles”, “seed ships” coming out of it and Metatron’s cube and an eye seeing it all. My internet home page is the Daily Good and the feature for today — yep — Purple Door Coffee! When you pay attention, it’s amazing the amount of synchronicity that is going on all around and through you!
Reader, I know your tired, I know your busy, I know it seems like it’s too much sometimes but remember you are the co-creator with the God of your understanding of the life you are choosing to live. Sometimes just being still for a moment will guide you to your “door.” Pay attention, this life is truly all about “the little things.”
I would rather walk with a friend in the dark, than alone in the light. Helen Keller
To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emerson
May 16, 2017— A popular coffee shop in Denver is making a difference, and not just through their drinks. The Purple Door Coffee Shop, founded by Madison Chandler and Mark Smesrud, helps support youth coming out of homelessness by offering them jobs behind the counter, and teaching them skills such as customer service and budgeting. Moved by the overwhelming number of homeless youth in the region, Chandler and Smesrud sought a way to help them get back on their feet. No one who’s 13, 14, 15, 16 should be homeless, says Chandler. Purple Door creates rewarding experiences not only for their employees, but for their customers as well. Each bean brewed keeps them coming back, and offers a simple way to give even the most vulnerable members of the community a chance to thrive. (106 reads)
The next time I get to Denver I hope to visit this place: https://www.purpledoorcoffee.com/
About Purple Door Coffee
Purple Door Coffee is a specialty espresso bar and coffee shop in Denver, Colorado that employs teens and young adults who have been homeless and want to leave homelessness behind.
To reclaim and sustain the lives of homeless youth and young adults through supportive and meaningful employment.
Purple Door is committed to creating a loving, Jesus centered environment where every single individual is valued no matter what their life has looked like up to this point.
Our name comes from the fact that historically the color purple is the color of royalty, and we truly believe that every person, no matter their station in life, has unsurpassable worth and value and deserves to be treated like royalty.
Purple Door Coffee hopes to be a place of not only employment, but also restoration for those who want to reclaim life.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/15/arts/music/u2-joshua-tree-30th-anniversary-tour-review.html?src=mv&_r=0 – didn’t know it but U2 has been busy!