May, 2010 browsing by month


Creative partnership

Friday, May 14th, 2010

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Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Ah, the sweet present of the sunny warmth,

one of the joyful proofs of Divine love,

Ah, sweet, fragrant, delicious strawberries…

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Filtering, focusing, walking on…

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Focusing on good, creative, inspiring, life-supporting people, things, events,

doesn’t mean I’m avoiding the mud, it merely means that way I’m equipped with more tools and ideas how to go through the mud once facing it and actually use it as a learning curve, it will even serve me as an exfoliant and it means that during the passing through it I will be aware I will have a water source at the end to wash it off which will give me strength to pass through the challenging times.

We tend to grow during challenging times and growing can be painful and can blur the mind and focus and we can make it better or worse; we can put a blue filter on the lens and everything will be in that hue, no matter what colours are on offer around us the filter will distort them, so I’m leaving this post as a reminder to myself that once the unsupporting filters are off there are good, educative parts of the so called mud pits in life and that there is a refreshing, cleansing water on the other end where I can also mould this mud into something good, inspiring and life-supporting.

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Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

One day it’s a walk by the sea, scent of rosemary, jasmin or a stone pine, the other day it’s a note from a friend, then a piece of music or a line in a book… gentle guidelines, reminders for the “right” path, the one that is in congruency with all that I am.

May this post stay as such a reminder for this feeling of gratefulness that marks this day.

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Home revisited

Monday, May 3rd, 2010

A long walk by the sea brings more sense to life that sometimes tends to slip away why locked at the computer several days in a row.

Nature amazes me, it takes my breath away every time in a different way. I’ve been to many parts of the world and each time Nature is so divinely diverse and beautiful.

Is there any better proof of the Creator’s love than Nature we are blessed with on this lush planet? I guess the only thing changed in a place called paradise/heaven would be general human consciousness and behaviour, utmost acceptance and true realization of one’s free will that starts in one’s mind, in the thoughts that make the most gorgeous dreams come true. Then, I guess, there would be no concrete skyscrapers needed as a numbing hideaway.

I woke up before dawn, after only a few hours of sleep while I usually need a lot, a lot more, but this morning I was still filled with the scent of jasmine that followed us on that walk, my entire body still feels refreshed from the seaside wind, my soul so grateful…

He must have known what moments like those feel like:

…And streams unknown, hills yet unseen,

Whenever they invite Thee,

At parent Nature’s greateful call,

With gladness must requite Thee.


A gracious welcome shall be thine…


(William Wordsworth, From „Yarrow revisited“)






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