Saturday, March 22, 2008


I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church. For you and I are sons of one religion, and it is the spirit. Kahlil Gibran

15 comments:

Bonnie'n'Clyde said...

Beautiful!

that girl said...
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that girl said...

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Happy Easter, dahling.

Gillian said...

Sheer brilliance.
Lovely, Happy Easter to you!!!
xoxo
Gillian

kris said...

Gibran was the first philosopher I ever read (at 14!!)- LOVE this. Beautiful.

OH MY #6 said...

Just awesome.

Lea

rochambeau said...

This is beautiful Yoli!
Happy Spring to you!

Constance

My Castle in Spain said...

Hi Yoli,

oh yes, this is a beautiful quote indeed which deserves to be taught and spread...and the hennae painted hands are...gorgeous !

I'm glad you enjoyed the procession pics and in answer to your question, I don't think I would do it - don't have the courage ! also I'm protestant which would make it very difficult but Yoli, what is important, like Gibran says is to feel united by the same religious spirit, isn't it ?

Have a very nice day

Lala

redmaryjanes said...

I love Kahil Gibran.

crazylady said...

I love it when you paint my naked body. I have been silent, but you are not silent in my mind.
xo

Ulla said...

Wonderful quote and stunning photo!! Blessings to you...

Seeker said...

Found you from Maryln's blog...

This is one of my favorite quotes and a lovely example of henna. Thank you for the inspiration this morning.

And congratulations on your two beautiful children! A wonderful, wonderful way to form a family! (And yes I agree, no easier than giving birth.)

Diana @ PleaseSir said...

Amazing hand work. Nice reflection.

shelley said...

I adore Kahlil Gibran's works. He was an amazing man!

tangobaby said...

This is a gorgeous post and photo. Mehendi leaves me speechless. I think it is such a beautiful way of adornment.