The very least you can do in your life . . .



“The very least you can do in your life
is figure out what you hope for.
And the most you can do is live inside that hope.
Not admire it from a distance but live right in it,
under its roof.”

~Barbara Kingsolver

Artist John Waterhouse
Text & image source: Rest in the Arms of Angels

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Valentine Memories.


Grandma’s book of valentines
Rekindles memory’s flame, 
Of days when she was just a girl
And life a happy game.

Each lace-edged card a getting bears
From friends of long ago, 
Girls in gingham dresses
And that “special” Sunday beau.

It brings a twinkle to her eye, 
Dissolving lines of age, 
As we sit in the lamplight
And turn each well worn page.

It makes me kind of wonder
f perhaps some distant day, 
A grandchild shall sit at my side
And leaf each page this way.

‘Cause I could sit for hours, 
There at my grandma’s knee, 
And listen to the stories
That the valentines set free.

A book of antique valentines
That reaches black in time
To tell the tales of yesteryear
In illustrated rhyme. 

Bikramjyoti Kashyop

Art Priscilla Warren Roberts
Text & image source: Snowwolffs Woodland Nook

High recognitions . . . . the Astral world

“Mount Saphon is an important summit within the astral world (medium gross matter) that surrounds planet Earth. It has nothing to do with the place named Saphon that used to exist somewhere in Ancient Macedonia. The astral world is the prototype for Earth. All who wish to approach or leave Earth must traverse it. Our planet hovers like a small sphere within the much larger and also spherical astral world. It can also be said that Earth hovers in the center of the gigantic planet of medium gross matter, of which it is a small copy and to which it is closely connected.”

– Roselis von Sass (The Book of the Last Judgment)
The author draws inspiration from “The Grail Message” (In The Light of Truth) by Abd-ru-shin

Text & image source: Garden of Illumination