That is so beautiful...
I love the picture. And as always, you find the most beautiful sentiments to live by. I still need to work on my stillness when I meet people. I'm not a natural around others, so I tend to get flighty in social situations. It's a problem.
Beautiful quote. (I also love the name Paloma, BTW)
Good morning, Yoli, Thank you for your kind praise. I think you would like this one, a sort of continuation to Stillness Speaks, http://kat-natalie.blogspot.com/2007/01/essence-of-oneness-advaita.html
Ahhh, stillness. Are we. Ever. Motionless? Quiet. Immobile? To the point of. Non. Movement?Methinks that there's a tiny, minute, fleeting instant in which the whole world stops at once and we hear the gasp of a hare, the footsteps of a turtle or the raspy voice of a giraffe.Many thanks for another beautiful post.Greetings from London.
yesi have been wrapping my armsaround stillnesssilencebreathing it all inleaving spaceto be filled upto overflowingwith new life:)
I can't tell you how much your support and encouragement has meant and helped me not to succumb - this is, as always, a stirring, thought provoking and beautiful post - like you.
Yes!! I will accept this gift of stillness too! Thank you Yoli!!Hope all is well!xoxCosntance
wonderful quote, now to apply it each and everyday... r.
the picture is beautiful. and the quote is very interesting
sigh ... and if it were only that simple to achieve. merci ! for the red tulip love xo from les Gang.
Yoli the best part of you coming to my blog is that I get to end up here.Beautiful, beautiful blog.Renee xooxo
Beautiful image and quote! xo
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