Photo credit: Waftings from the Ether https://web.facebook.com/Waftings-from-the-Ether-388467361318607/
“When we believe we are losing control, we grab on tight.
When our greatest fear comes upon us, we clench our fist
and teeth, close our eyes and hold on. We must learn how to let go.
When the time comes for growth and change, we must have the courage
and faith to let go. Whatever leaves my life makes room for something better.”
~ Iyanla Vanzant
Text & image source: Iyanla Vanzant https://web.facebook.com/DrIyanlaVanzant/
May a sweet fairy lighten your day . .
Today is International Fairy Day, a toast to elemental beings behind what we
generally call nature. Sadly we have now consigned them to legends and myths.
However, next time you admire that beautiful flower, remember the fairies made
it happen! In commemoration of the day let us share the words of Rose Fyleman
“Blind folk see the fairies.
Oh, better far than we,
Who miss the shining of their wings
Because our eyes are filled with things
We do not wish to see.
Deaf folk hear the fairies
However soft their song;
‘Tis we who lose the honey sound
Amid the clamour all around
That beats the whole day long.”
~ Rose Fyleman
Artist Nadia Strelkina
Image & poem source: Snowwolf,s Woodland Nook https://web.facebook.com/Snowwolfswoodlandnook/
Black birds are symbols of transformation
and reaching for higher knowledge
as well as messengers from the spiritual realms
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL https://web.facebook.com/goddesscentral/
We either make ourselves miserable
or we make ourselves strong.
The amount of work is the same.
Text & image source: Spiritual Awakenings ॐ https://web.facebook.com/Spiritual-Awakenings-%E0%A5%90-105433989565465/