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Nothing ever dies; all simply transforms.
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So lovely, the images, the music, the thoughts. A perfect one minute contemplation! Acknowledges death and reminds me is all part of abundant love and life. Thank you.
Thank you, Sheila. This was truly a teaching for me, as I so wanted to find beauty in this place and found myself disappointed. But soon the Divine transformed my viewpoint so that i could see far beyond the beauty I had anticipated to a boundless panorama of pure love.
Thank you, Cynthia. I so appreciate seeing you here!
I had the pleasure of visiting Yellowstone 14 years after the great fires. I was amazed … although I shouldn’t have been … at how the burned land had recovered … meadows dotted with colorful flowers, young conifers no more than six feet tall growing into new forests, clear streams, and wildlife everywhere I looked. Earth has a way of healing itself. It teaches us a lesson if only we will pay attention.
What a vivid description, Bud. Yes, nature is powerful far beyond our imaginations. And imagine, that is just a minor reflection of the life force imbuing the Divine creation that is each of us.
A joy, as always. 🙂
Thank you, Logan. I appreciate you bringing your joyful self to this experience.
I love the way you perceive God everywhere your glance happens to land. Where some would see dead wood, you see life exploding in the transition. Thank you for sharing your perspective in such a beautiful way. I confess to being a bit envious of your mountain hike and glorious satsang :o)
Ah, Rudy, you are so eloquent. And you definitely share that view of life surrounding us. We would have welcomed your presence on the hike.
Love this Lesley. What a treasure we have in our beautiful reflections. Thank you for your gift.
Yes, Deborah, it is so true: Seeing the eternity out there is a perfect way to view our own. I’m blessed to travel this road with you!
Lesley, You are so talented.
Thank you, Yared. You are definitely seeing your talent reflected, dear friend.
You are also humble, Lesley. Blessings.