stars wrapped in skin

Today is the Feast of Candlemas,
which echoes themes found in many traditions around this time –
new life, the first budding of plants, the return of the sun –
light and warmth at the halfway point between the winter and the spring solstices.

We need constant reminders of the presence of light.

We are stars wrapped in skin,

The light you are seeking has always been within.

 


Quote: Rumi

thank you, Karl Duffy @ Mindfulbalance

a field of grass…

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.

I lean toward the day when the phrase “I’ll meet you there” is once again in our civil discourse.

By example- let us make it so.


Quote: RUMI
(PHOTO: HANS BRAXMEIER)

to kneel…

There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.


Quote: Rumi
Photo: Nova Rsi

 

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Bearing fruit

Every leaf that grows will tell you
what you sow will bear fruit.
So if you have any sense my friend,
don’t plant anything but love.


Quote: Rumi
Image: Pinterest

Every leaf

 

Every leaf that grows will tell you

what you sow will bear fruit.

So if you have any sense my friend,

don’t plant anything but love.

~ Rumi