Tag Archives: Fresh Air

DARE. . . BUT BE INTELLIGENT ABOUT IT

Dare. But be intelligent about it. . . When faced with the likes of a proud and wounded elephant, best not to fight it, shout it, or blithely to ignore it’s there. Respect it, greet it, give it space, and … Continue reading

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LIGHT TO PENETRATE MY EYES

I am allowing light to penetrate my eyes. Birdsong¬† to clear routes into my ears, Fresh air to whisper on my skin like a lover’s declaration, a sweet caress to reassure, a sweep of energy to mesmerize. Breath to fill … Continue reading

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WHEN HEAVY THINGS DO WEIGH YOU DOWN

When heavy things do weigh you down, go blog it. But soon, one day, if you keep on too long that way, lightning may strike right in your way, and you really must unplug it. That kind of connectivity in … Continue reading

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ANOINT THE DAY, ANOINT YOURSELF

Anoint the day. . . Anoint yourself. . . Dive right in– let your heart sing, at clanging ring of morning bell. Stride right outside, and see the dew and maybe sparkling raindrops too, which yet do cling on both … Continue reading

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DON’T JUST DO SOMETHING– SIT THERE!

Don’t just do something– sit there! No– not on the phone– not on the computer– Sit, take in fresh air. . . allow a spate of stillness there, in which the outer din can fade, and inner whisperings enter in, … Continue reading

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