Monthly Archives: November 2012

Mother Nature Waits

How quickly Mother Nature can reclaim that which the thief tries to steal. We cut her florestas, dirty her waters, slaughter her animals and she waits in silence. For soon, he, who knows no respect, dies and our Mother uses … Continue reading

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Impatient Farmer

Hard works he who farms the earth, providing food for all. He clears the land, prepares the soil, and with loving care, plants the seed. Now it is the seed who must work, but only in its own time. When … Continue reading

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One Hand Applause

Can one hand applaud? No, both hands must join together to clap. But will a hand applaud without the pleasure of the mind? Can an empty head understand, enjoy, then clap with pleasure? And certainly the heart must join in … Continue reading

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Give the water of the Divine only to those who thirst. He who has yet to feel thirsty does not want to drink.

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Certainty of the Divine

How often do I feel uncertain, torn this way and that. Yet, when I allow myself to focus on the certainty of the Divine, all hesitation fades away. This it the gift of our Creator. Related articles One Thing That … Continue reading

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Fleeting Now

Dream not of the past, nor long for the future. Only the present matters. Everything else is a game we play to avoid the now of our existence. Foolish is the one who wastes even a moment of this fleeting … Continue reading

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The Purifier

When you are hard inside, bless a glass of pure water. Drink this water allowing it to dissolve this hardness. Feel it pour out of you, washing you clean and replacing the hardness with compassion, for it is through compassion … Continue reading

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