Monthly Archives: December 2010

Woman, a Ray of God

She, whose beautiful face could enslave a man, she whose haughtiness makes your heart tremble , how will you cope when she falls trembling in front of you? She from whose disdain your heart and soul bleed, How can they … Continue reading

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Be still and listen

  “If you fall in love with Me, I will mess you up, cultivate little, or I will ruin you.” This is a line from Rumi’s poem “I will mess you up”. Look at it, it is extremely beautiful and … Continue reading

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I will Mess You Up

If you fall in love with Me, I will mess you up, cultivate little, or I will ruin you. If you make two hundred homes like the bees do, I will make you as homeless as a fly. If you … Continue reading

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In the bleak mid-winter…

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Decision

“The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live.” ~Flora Whittemore

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Scripture and secrets…

A fascinating article about the re-opening of the Vatican Library as a public resource. God’s Librarians Link to the Vatican Library

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Like a gnat against the wind

  “One who runs away is a gnat against the wind. One who runs away is a thief fleeing from moonlight. When god makes someone stubborn and ignorant, that person gives up Heaven’s lofty abode and flees to Hell Anyone … Continue reading

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Small world

Can you guess ? Martensia sp. (red seaweed), living specimen (40x)

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The Creator

Henri Matisse called the Chapel of the Rosary in Vence ‘the crowning achievement of my entire career’ – which is an astounding statement for somebody who thought of himself an atheist. But as much Picasso understood the descent into hell, … Continue reading

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One who runs away

Whoever runs away from our circle runs from hearing and seeing. A lover swallows the bleeding heart like a lion Without great suffering, can one ever be lionhearted? Suppose the heart is a parrot; then the Sweetheart offers the sugar … Continue reading

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