By focusing on what I have and not what I feel I have lost.
All the myriad ways that life expresses itself on this amazing planet, from huge trees to tiny microscopic creatures.
Dear Kat, thank you so much for sharing this with us. It sounds like quite a powerful way to deal with life’s frustrations. I’m going to give it a try!
What a beautiful, gentle way to be in this incarnation. Thank you for this, Michael.
Nesting time is here
Irrepressible life is
bursting into song
I was inspired to write this haiku from watching the birds collecting nesting materials that I’ve put out for them in a shrub that is itself bursting into leaf and forming flower buds. It gives me such pleasure to have a part in helping them bring forth the next generation that will visit the garden in the future.
Dear Elaine, thank you for your beautiful words. I spend my life waiting. Right now I am waiting for a carer to come and help me. Being ill for so many years and needing carers has taught me a level of patience that I never thought possible in this lifetime! It has also taught me to notice the really small things around me and keep a sense of wonder and thankfulness. Reading your words today has given me a wonderful sense of peace.
Love and thanks x
Doreen, I join hands with you in this blessing xx
Bless you, Elaine. We will share peace together. xx
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