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Love life…..




  

“Love life day by day, color by color, touch by touch.”

~ Sylvia Plath









Text & color source: Jana Eid https://www.facebook.com/jana.eid
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#ValentinesDay . . . .If you have ever loved…



  

“If you love or have ever loved 
you will never walk in darkness.”

– Plato 










Text & image source: Return To Eden https://www.facebook.com/SpiritualTruths/

Rhythms of Valentine’s Day #3 . . . . unalloyed and unconditional love.




  

Your material offerings are neither going to reach unto the Supreme Lord ,
nor does HE need them. 
Offer HIM what is up to HIS dignity. 
Offer HIM love…. 
unalloyed and unconditional love.










Text & image source: Adv GM Chana @ The Celestial Sanctum https://www.facebook.com/groups/celestialsanctum/

Rhythms of Valentine’s Day#2 . . . . Without a word.




  

“Under the trees he pressed her to his heart
Without a word.”

From “The Romance of Tristram and Iseult.”










Illustration by Maurice Lalau, 1909.
Text & image source: Edmund Dulac https://www.facebook.com/Oct2282/

Rhythms of Valentine’s Day




  

With Valentine’s Day approaching, here is a little celebration in images,…
one that illustrates a tale about the undying love between
a young girl and a curious Bear-Boy.


“Violette and Ourson,” written by Sofiya Feodorovna, Countess of Segur, mid 19th century.









Illustrated by Virginia Sterrett, 1920.
Text & image source: Edmund Dulac https://www.facebook.com/Oct2282/

The Lord of Love is before and behind.



  

“The Lord of Love is before and behind.
He extends to the right and to the left.
He extends above; he extends below.
There is no one here but the Lord of Love.
He alone is; in truth, he alone is.”
.
~ Mundaka Upanishad










Text & image source: Johanna von Bernus @ THE CELESTIAL SANCTUM https://www.facebook.com/groups/celestialsanctum/

The Tree of Love



  



The tree of love its roots hath spread 
deep in my heart, and rears its head;
rich are its fruits: they joy dispense;
transport the heart, and ravish sense.
In love’s sweet swoon to thee I cleave,
Bless’d source of love . . . ,
.
St. Francis of Asissi 











Text & image source: Johanna von Bernus @ THE CELESTIAL SANCTUM https://www.facebook.com/groups/celestialsanctum/