“Oh, where is the sea?”, the fishes cried, as they swam its crystal-clearness through.
It makes me happy to be of use. My heart opens and love pours out
For me to embody means to act with my body the values I hold dear. Today I will be.kind to all sentient beings I encounter even when their values seem the opposite of mine, realizing that each person is acting from the knowledge and conditioning they have been given. All of creation has purpose. I will honor the dark as well as the light.
Silnce makes me notice my resistance to silence. Monkey chatter increases before subsiding.
My conscious contact with the God of my understanding, talks with the natural world, especially my animals. Self forgiveness
Also pranayama breathing and this site.thank you, thank you, thank you.
Being grateful is the trait I cultivate by my practice of cherishing and holding each experience of feeling grateful.
Give to others in need
My heart because I can communicate intention to it and it responds with my highest wisdom
Anything can connect me to the sacred when I’m truly present ….. My dog joyously running what I call “happy circles” comes to mind. How blessed I am to be his witness
I’m a morning person. I’m optimistic almost every morning as I greet the manifestation of our creativity and give thanks.
It would slow me down enough to consider how I can best use each moment, making any action… Including no action, sacred
The courage displayed by those willing to maintain eye contact.
Life is a spontaneous manifestation of the creative urge of love, ever changing and edpanding, without beginning or end
Today, after.three days of grey, I’m most grateful for color!
Thank you. It is the simple, familiar rituals that can act as life rafts to souls lost in the storms of life.
I love this too. It reminds me each manifestation has purpose.
I love this response, Mark. I’ve spent my whole life trying to I understand that I am not the center of the universe, but that it would be incomplete without me. Thank you.
I highly recommend the movie HEAL
Thank you for the last sentence. I’ve lived away from the the seasons extreme changes for awhile, but I immediately remembered the joy of seeing a forest in tiny new leaves, when the green is like a mist…. Such promise!
Yes, Laura Mae, the courage to lead with the heart
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