“In your hands…
The dog, the donkey, surely they know
They are alive.
Who would argue otherwise?
But now, after years of consideration,
I am getting beyond that.
What about the sunflowers? What about
The tulips, and the pines?
Listen, all you have to do is start and
There’ll be no stopping.
What about mountains? What about water
Slipping over rocks?
And speaking of stones, what about
The little ones you can
Hold in your hands, their heartbeats
So secret, so hidden it may take years
Before, finally, you hear them?”
~ Mary Oliver
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The dreamy state of uncorrupted youth bears witness to
the yearning of the newly awakened spirit to free itself from all evil,
from all the impurities that surround it,…
Let us recognize, respect, and favor this immaculate beginning
of a pure flight to the heights.
Text & image source: The Day Without Tomorrow
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“There is an hour of the afternoon
when the plain is on the verge of saying something.
It never says, or perhaps it says it infinitely,
or perhaps we do not understand it, or we understand it
and it is untranslatable as music.”
~ Jorge Luis Borges
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☼ You don’t need a new year to make a change….
All you need is a Monday! ☼
ಌ Where’re you movin’?” I said,
“On to better things ಌ
♡ Have a wonderful week with much love, peace & joy! ♡
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“The love that united animal and man can hardly be imagined nowadays.
Wherever people went, the so-called “wild” animals always ran to them,
jumping and playing around them.”
– Roselis von Sass (The Birth of Mankind)
Text & image credit: Garden of Illumination