Tag Archives: flowers

Spring Bouquet

Humanity comes in many shapes. colors, cultures, opinions, yet like flowers of the field, we are all one. Be a daisy, phlox, clover, or forget-me-not. Be who God made you to be…a precious flower in His garden making up a … Continue reading

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My Calling

I am so busy asking “What is my calling?” that I hear not when it beckons me. The purest voice goes unheard when there is none willing to listen to its sweet melody.

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Bouquets of Memories

Peonies and daffodils daisies, too, are flowers of my soul. How can I miss them when surrounded by tropical splendor? Lovely, though, how memories keep fresh bouquets on my table.

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Arrived

I’m starting a journey. I can’t wait to get there. Hurry, hurry, I’m almost there. I see it, and run even faster. Panting, I arrive. I made it! I exclaim. Now the question remains, “Why am I here?”

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Act of Unkindness

An act of unkindness hangs in the air like a sour smell. It folds into a memory that returns to remind us of our lack of compassion. Beware of your words, your failure to act with love for these deeds … Continue reading

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Share the Light

First we receive the Light, then we share it. What good is our “enlightenment” if it remains hidden…truly impossible is this for true enlightenment brings with it a responsibility to help others also awaken. It is a call to action, … Continue reading

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Get Involved

Don’t get involved. Get involved. The thin line is not so clear. Think I will check my motives.

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Eyes of Compassion

When I see with eyes of compassion, All anger and fear transmutes to love. I see your pain, your struggle, your desperation that you grasp at anything that mighe ease your torment. When I see with eyes of compassion, I … Continue reading

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It’s How You Look At It

More rain, more mud, mosquitoes, bad roads, curse the rain! More rain, more fruit, flowers, morning air washed fresh and sweet. Thank you, oh mighty Creator for the cooling, welcomed rain.

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Let Go of Love

Sometimes letting go is the only way to say, “I love you.” Can I love you enough to let you walk your path that now forks from mine, wanting for you, only that which your soul seeks?

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Free for the Taking

Every morning a sunrise painted differently in each location. Every night stars without number proclaim the glory of our Creator. Flowers, both simple and some of rare beauty, butterflies, fish of every color. Did you notice the wonders which surround … Continue reading

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The Love of a Flower

Yarrow stops bleeding and is known worldwide for this attribute. Did all cultures throughout the world discover this by a trial and error method or what it somehow universally made known? For a fascinating read about the world of plants, … Continue reading

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Remember When….

I remember when… there was a field of flowers next to my grandmother’s house. Butterflies adorned our hair. I remember when… we swam in cool, clear streams, taking sips as we dove beneath and surfaced like baby whales spurting streams … Continue reading

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Celebrating Nature

Today I celebrate our Mother, who fills our world with such beauty and forgives our indifference and greed, always returning even after the worst fires and destruction. Today I celebrate new beginnings, a purging of all in order to make … Continue reading

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Different and the Same

How are we different, yet the same? We sit in a circle on the ground, legs extended and play this game. “You have ten toes and I do, too!” shouts a boy with delight, wiggling his toes for us to … Continue reading

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Rainforest News #90

Flower perfection, beauty opening, revealing, becoming Created with delicacy and attention to detail You! ****************************** ****************************** ****************************** She kissed a fish Became a mermaid Angel beneath the water Magic is everywhere! ***************************** ***************************** Would you take a teaspoon of arsenic, … Continue reading

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Spiral Lesson #5 — The Gift

Each day I find a gift, sometimes tucked away in places left unnoticed but mostly in plain sight. Yet how often my gift went unclaimed in the past as I was too busy to notice. What was so important in … Continue reading

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Little Flower

Little flower, do you love me? Will you love me? Can you love me? If not, what’s wrong with me? Where did it begin that deep within there´s a part that no one can love? A chocolate center sweet full … Continue reading

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The Perfect Rose

Scatter your path with petals of roses, red for love, vital and strong, white for purity–unconditional love, yellow for hope, charity, compassion. Fragrance of roses fills the air awakening our senses. Slowly blossoming into splendor, our souls mirror the perfect … Continue reading

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A Tiny Seed

I found a tiny seed for what I do not know. Shall I plant it and see what grows? Sandy soil, or clay sun or shade water sparingly or no? Flower, tree, Jack in the Bean Sprout, what are you, … Continue reading

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New Day

Pink clouds behind black trees palest blue backdrop golden light-kissed edges. Trills of morning birds announce the day. I am grateful to be here to enjoy it!

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Rain on the Mandala

Garden mandala reaches for droplets, thirsty triangles of lettuce open to catch a drink. Circles of basil scent the rain. Chamomile flowers, verdant spinach zigzag across the design. I recklessly fill the mandala with living designs. Plant, harvest, plant, harvest, … Continue reading

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