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#WorldofSymbolism . . . The dove




“Beginning with the Egyptians, the dove was as symbol of quiet innocence.
The Chinese felt the dove was a symbol of peace and long life.

To early Greeks and Romans, doves represented love and devotion, and care for a
family. The dove was the sacred animal of Aphrodite and Venus, the goddesses of
love. The dove also symbolized the peaceful soul for many cultures.

The Bible continued this symbolism, often referring to the dove as an animal
representing love, loyalty, fidelity and honesty. The dove is entrusted with the
olive branch when Noah hopes to find a new home for himself and his flock.
The dove often also represents the Holy Spirit.”

~ Cynthia Davies






Text & image credit: Cynthia Davies

High recognitions . . . in the belly of the Pyramid




“The spiritual message lying in the structure of the pyramid
will become public knowledge at the right moment,
since some of us will be on Earth and it will be easy for us
to find the key to decipher the language of the stones.”

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






Text & image source: Garden of Illumination

High recognitions . . . The Law of Balance




“He who receives something, must also give in return!
For a human being who only takes without ever giving,
will become a beggar! See that the pans of the scale
are always in equilibrium.”

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






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Text credit: Garden of Illumination

#EmotionalWednesday . . . faces of love!




Some would say that love is messy,
Some would say that love is blind,
Some would say that love is cruel
And leaves deep scars behind.

But I say love is selfless,
Love is caring, love is kind,
Love takes all the broken pieces
And heals both heart and mind.”

~ Daniel Nielsen






Text & image source: Daniel Nielsen

If you are ever in doubt . . .




“If you are ever in doubt about which way you should travel,
make a choice that contains the essence of goodness and love
and then go in that direction. This way, you can have absolute faith
that you made the right decision.”

~ Molly Friedenfeld





Text & image source: Harmony – Home

How can hate … make its dwelling …




” O soul!
How shall a straw
stay still, on a running river?
How can hate
… make its dwelling …
in the soul and spirit? ”

– Molaana RUMI






Text & image source: Rumi, Saadi, Hafiz (Poems and Quotes)