Today the Page of Arrows, the little Druid messenger comes to pay us a visit. This little bird, which you might not see, can be heard quite clearly. It can announce storms on the slightest breeze, the coming of spring in the depths of winter and shrills out a warning when it needs to.
It also represents study and the need to apply yourself to your studies. In doing so, wisdom and understanding can be applied to most situations as we grow up and continue to travel the pathway of life.
The Wren to me is youthful and determined, as most pages are, but this one likes to stretch its knowledge, intellect. The book uses a word I’ve never come across before, and it’s nascent. It means that something is just coming into existence, displaying the signs of life or future potential.
However, this might give you a light-bulb moment, the “Ah-ha!” moment, a dramatic realisation of a situation.
When and if I get mine today, I’ll comment after. But the Wren also lends to us their watchfulness, determination. They’re a vigilant guardian, hence their ability to warn of things. So today, be careful what you see, say, learn, be careful and most of all, realise!
Blessings to you this Sunday!