But tonight, . . .


Who knows what’s around the corner?
At times, life can be hectic, scary, confusing, painful and unpredictable.
But tonight, remember that the human spirit prevails,
hearts open and love surprises–often when we least expect it.





Text & image credit: Begin with Yes

#WorldofSymbolism . . . the crow


“Wherever crows are, there is magic. They are symbols of creation and spiritual strength. They remind us to look for opportunities to create and manifest the magic of life. They are messengers calling to us about the creation and magic that is alive within our world everyday and available to us.

The Crow, as a Totem animal, is the secret magic of creation calling.”

~ Ted Andrews; “Animals Speak”







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Text & image source: Between the Realms

…any other love just adds more candles to the cake you’ve already iced.


Do You Understand…!!!

No one is going to love you exactly like you imagine.
No one is ever going to read your mind and take every star from the sky at the perfect time and hand it to you.
No one is going to show up at your door on a horse, with a shoe you lost.

Do you understand?

That’s why you have to love yourself enough, so that any other love just adds more candles to the cake you’ve already iced.

– Stephanie Bennett-Henry






Text & image source: Obinna Magnobi

From the Swan Lake . . . ’tis a rainy day!


Cloud, drizzles, cloud and drizzles,
No bee no butterfly in sight, only gloomy birds!
Showers, cloud, showers and showers,
No dove no swan in sight, only carefree frogs!
Frogs toads and their loathsome relatives,
All the ugly ones hop and glide with glee in the murky banks!
All the beautiful ones and beauty disappear,
And man dresses in drab apparel, ‘cos it is a rainy day at the Swan Lake!





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#WingedJewels . . . The sky blue beauty


“The azure tit is a widespread and common resident breeder throughout Russia and central Asia.
It is found in temperate and subarctic deciduous or mixed woodlands, scrub and marshes. It is resident, and most birds do not migrate.
It nests in a tree hole, laying about 10 eggs.
The bird is a close sitter, hissing and biting when disturbed.
Its food is insects and seeds.”

~ (Wikipedia)






photo credit: Jargal Lamjav –

Text & image source: The birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees

I asked the Zebra, . . . And the zebra asked me, . . .


“I asked the Zebra,
are you black with white stripes?
Or white with black stripes?
And the zebra asked me,
Are you good with bad habits?
Or are you bad with good habits?
Are you noisy with quiet times?
Or are you quiet with noisy times?
Are you happy with some sad days?
Or are you sad with some happy days?
Are you neat with some sloppy ways?
Or are you sloppy with some neat ways?
And on and on and on and on and on and on he went.
I’ll never ask a zebra about stripes…again.”

~Shel Silverstein





Artist~Marina Cano
Text & image source: Remember ღ Once upon a Time?