Here in the US Northeast, we are soooo ready for spring. As I write this, snow blankets the countryside and the temperatures are in the 20’s. Therefore, I chose an image from Playa Mita, Mexico for the March 2015 desktop wallpaper calendar. Because I would like to look at this […]
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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In honor of Valentine’s Day, 10 inspiring quotes about love and marriage.
I’m all for self-love, […]
It’s so easy to overlook the beauty and symbolism of nature. This bee hive, for example, is a work of art lying in a pile of woodland debris. The cells are all hexagons, which are six sides. Six is symbolic of love, communication, balance and union. The bees raise their families in the […]
Today, I’m contemplating vairagya, or non-attachment, with this passage from Patanjali:
Sacrifice is the law of life. Why does a candle burn? To give light. Why does a tree grow? To give fruit and flowers. Is there anything, sentient or insentient, in this world that lives for its own sake? No. […]
It is barren and cold here now. Everything is brown. I took this photo in November; those curling leaves are no more. Yet here they are, reminding me of spring and sunshine. Reminding me that there is such grace in simplicity when we step out of time, into the eternal now.
I love the slow pace of weekends, easing into the day, savoring my coffee. In “the old days” (did I just say that? I sound like my mother) I used to look forward to the arrival of the Sunday paper. I could sit for hours looking through the magazine-style advertisements, […]
Reverence for Life is the image for the free February Desktop Wallpaper 2015.
I’ve included two sizes: one regular and one wide-screen. The link will expire in March. You can download the image, right-click the saved image, and choose “Set as Desktop Background.”
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Look for the Light. I love the way the blooms stretch their stems toward the sun, hopeful even in winter’s cold embrace, that where there is light […]