The way to love someone . . .


“The way to love someone is to lightly run your finger
over that person’s soul until you find a crack,
and then gently pour your love into that crack.”

~ Keith Miller





Text & image source: & Earthschool Harmony

Where heavens pour the rain of love, ….


…And far away from the logic of beginning
and end ….. there is a kingdom of HEART, ….
a realm of SOUL and LOVE.

A garden of seclusion, with sprouting flowers
of solitude, aloof the skies and silent streams.
Where heavens pour the rain of love, …. and
love transcedents into soul ….

to unite it with the universe.
Hush and calm.

– Amir Kusroo





Photo & text credit: Rumi, Saadi, Hafiz (Poems and Quotes)

Perhaps love is like a resting place . . .


“Perhaps love is like a resting place, a shelter from the storm.
It exists to give you comfort, it is there to keep you warm
And in those times of trouble when you are most alone
The memory of love will bring you home.”

~ John Denver






Text & image source: Precious World

Ride on Love!


” Ride on Love!
Don’t be scared of the path ….
because the horse of love is so swift!
Even if the path be uneven, …. with
a single bound …. it takes you to destination. ”

– Mewlana RUMI




Photo & text source: Rumi, Saadi, Hafiz (Poems and Quotes)

Above all . . .

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Above all, love each other deeply,
because love covers over a multitude of sins.

– 1 Peter 4:8



Text & image source: Harmony

The beginning of love is…


“The beginning of love is
to let those we love be perfectly themselves,
and not to twist them to fit our own image.
Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them.”

– Thomas Merton




Art is Titania and Oberon by Josephine Wall
Text & image source: The Sacred ॐ Jღurney ॐ Of The ॐ Sღul. 2

Symbolism #6…Redemption!



The Water said to the dirty one, “Come to me.”

The dirty one said, “I am too embarrassed and ashamed.”

The water replied, “How will your shame be washed away without me?”

~ Rumi






Photo & text credit: Rumi Page