‘Ta Tir na n-og ar chul an ti – tir alainn, trina cheile’ — that is, ‘The land of eternal youth is behind the house, a beautiful land fluent within itself.’
The eternal world and mortal world are not parallel, rather they are fused. The beautiful Gaelic phrase, ‘fighte fuaighte’…’woven into and through each other’…captures this.”
-John O’Donohue; Anam Cara
Photo: “Skomer Wildflowers” by Anne Gilbert
Text & image source: Between the Realms
“But then, the fear of death is based on what?
I tell you:
Solely and only on the uncertainty whether there is or not another life after the loss of this life,
Who of you is afraid before going to sleep, even though the sleep is only a periodical death of the body?
Why is there no fear to go to sleep?
Because it is known from experience that there will be a waking up in the same life, even if it seems to be a new life.
Take away this experience and everyone would, before going to sleep, be afraid in the same measure as he is afraid of physical death.”
J. Lorber.- The Spiritual Sun part 2 –
Text & image source: Obinna Magnobi https://www.facebook.com/obinna.magnobi