While cleaning this morning, I inadvertently trapped a small and (admittedly!) very ugly, skeletal-like cobweb spider in my dust cloth. (Yes, it’s true that I actually adore most spiders, finding them and their spidery ways fascinating!) But the damage was done. This was clearly not a being who could fend for itself any longer.
Common decency demanded that I help end it’s life as swiftly as possible.
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The moment the little one left form, a sweetness engulfed me, making me catch my breath in surprise! Curious, I dipped into the dimension it had sprung from, coming face-to-face with the deva who tends this particular species of spider.
She felt my unasked question, and responded thusly: “You have taught this one the lessons of self-responsibility and COMPASSION, and its Soul is well-pleased.”