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Monthly Archives: January 2016
…and I was given the gift of simply knowing. And it is about faith.
Icy behaviour. Cracks. A certain kind of brokenness, of scattered feelings. And yet really seeing it deeply can surprisingly elevate a kind of relating to a level of a benevolent oneness and untangle and soften the complexity of the situation, … Continue reading
The mind is clear. The mind is silent. And there is that other deep sense of silence. The mind surrenders to this vast and deep silence that is without borders and beyond everything. And rapture happens.
On a cold grey winter afternoon, the sun breaks in and spills over its light. It is a revelation without words. It is immaculate. And it matters, like a breath.
There are tribulations but there is also a deep longing for a greater meaning, a greater purpose, a greater truth, a greater love. That deep longing is a deep ache. And it tells who we really are. So Mysterious.
Only silence, stillness, and deeper truth.
There is eternity in fleeting moments. And then you let them go.
A grey December morning. Snow, sub-zero temperature, still wind, discerning. The neighbourhood is resting. A sweet scent of peace. There is silent worship.