Monthly Archives: July 2012

Borrowed Poem #7 What’s It All About?

What’s it all about? the question often asked. We live, play, work, eat, and sleep again and again. Then the cycle ends…for all, nothing escapes this wheel of life. So, what is it all about–just doing what everyone else is … Continue reading

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Snippets from Source #105

I like when you let go of worry and finally relax in your hammock, leaving me to take care of what you can not do. Even superheroes like you need some down time. Doing My Part Source

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Soaring

The wings of birds are perfectily balanced, allowing the bird to soar. Such is the duality of life, a delicate balance required for us to be in perfect harmony. Let your tears be equal to your laughter, both are needed. … Continue reading

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Word Play #12 — Doing

Doing is morphing into Being. D rop the “D” and just add”B” O pen your heart to “E” verything I n doing so, a stillness prevails N eeds fall away when we let go of doing G ratitude is the … Continue reading

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A Teaspoon of Salt

May I be so disolved into the love of my Creator that this passion is like a spoonful of salt mixed into the ocean. I am part of the ocean, salty tears and all. Is that tear drop me, or … Continue reading

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Mixing Light

There is no devil, or if there is, that devil is not there. If this world is all illusion, then evil is but a vapor of an idea that disperses with the morning sun. If the devil is but fire … Continue reading

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Taking Action

In order for a feeling of fullness to come, we must first eat the fruit which hangs so abundantly. It is not enough to stand and admire its lushness, its rich color, its tantalizing aroma. We will not experience its … Continue reading

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Inside, Outside

all that we do reveals what’s hidden inside sometimes even from ourselves study your words your actions and strive to bring forth that light that’s burning within leaving the darker side to grow smaller and smaller as your divine illumination … Continue reading

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Faults of Roses

My rose garden has thorns, black spot adorns its leaves. Its flowers are delicate beauties that fill the air with sweet fragrance. Discolored leaves, thorny stalks, pallets of color, where do I place my attention?

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Books and More Books

I wonder if Rumi had notebooks of poems. How was his huge treasure of poetry so lovingly preserved? A plight of the creative is what to do with the outpour. We fill rooms with our words, paintings, music that mostly … Continue reading

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Am I Patient?

How can a patient person like me be so impatient at times? I don’t want to wait in lines, definitely prefer instant gratification, shake my head at people who sigh and say “It’s life, what can one do?” Yet, I … Continue reading

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Good News or Bad News?

Arrives bad news. “Oh, no!” we exclaim, “God has abandoned me.” We turn the bad news this way and that, wailing our misfortune. We dig a hole and bury the news, sure we have solved the problem. There springs a … Continue reading

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Poetry Trails

I leave trails of words some pretty, some sad, others filled with hope, many scattered with pain and disappointment. These poetry trails wind through the hills and valleys of life, touching kindred spirits who share the commonality of Source. I … Continue reading

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Being Alive

As I lie down to sleep, I sigh in contentment for another day well lived. This day has been so rare; there exists no other the same. How marvelous that life unfolds in never ending patterns that fill me with … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Rules to Live By

P retty is as pretty does. R emember your manners. E at everything on your plate. T hank God every day. T ake time to help someone else. Y our actions speak louder than your words.

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An Itch

It starts as an itch, a niggly thought that comes again and again. Each day it builds until it becomes a burning desire, until you can no longer ignore its call. It is then that you are ripe to succeed … Continue reading

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Loving You

Loving You is the only thing I want to do, but how do I love You when I can not see You, or touch You? Some say You do not exist, but I know they are wrong. Yet I long … Continue reading

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You Cry, I Listen

You call and cry, I listen to your tears, even your silence, helping the only way I can…with my loving acceptance of your need to cry away a sadness that only love and time can heal. Sometimes a willingness to … Continue reading

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Awakening to Love

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Fear of Failure

Falling on your face is sometimes a vital part of your learning process. If you have not failed, you haven’t tried. Creativity grows with courage. Just let go, throw away your need for perfection. Learn what works and what does … Continue reading

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Borrowed Poem # 6 Take My Hand

Take my hand, Precious Lord, guide me to the promised land. How ironic that we are in the promised land and long for that which we already have. Awaken children, see the glory all around you. Know the essence of … Continue reading

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Trumpets and Drums

Trumpets sound Drums roll Baton is lifted All wait in a moment of anticipation as the tidal wave of change begins, a tiny wave forms and gains momentum across the Earth. We are in a transformation where millions awaken to … Continue reading

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City Sounds

Another beautiful day has arrived. I awaken to city sounds and miss the call of the floresta. Buses replace birds, sirens hover in the air, not a cock crow any where. As the city awakens, it’s voices blend to a … Continue reading

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Stuck in a Rut

Sometimes we get stuck in a rut; apathy or fear keeping us from moving forward. This time can be necessary for us to absorb what we’ve already been given. If we are staying in a relationship or job that seems … Continue reading

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I’m Hurrying

If I hurry, will I catch up? I’m running as fast as I can, but I don’t know where I’m going, or where I’ve been. I don’t know if I’m almost there, or still have a ways to go. I’m … Continue reading

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