POEMS: “Standing deer” (on impermanence)

Standing Deer As the house of a person in age sometimes grows cluttered with what is too loved or too heavy to part with, the heart may grow cluttered. And still the house will be emptied, and still the heart. As the thoughts of a person in age sometimes grow sparer, like a great cleanness…

POEMS: “Begin Again”

Photo credit: Pinterest “Begin Again”   I am learning: To let go, thinking I am in control. To see the beauty in hope and change. To feel the joy of surrender and faith. To enjoy a life with less distractions. To know silence is essential to growth. Above all else, to know the love of…

From Daily Word: “Divine Order” (Orden divino)

  Divine Order I trust my highest good to unfold. Spending quiet moments in nature, writing in my journal, praying, and meditating all support me in being more resilient to life’s changes. My commitment to my spiritual practice supports my evolution and growth, a natural part of life. In these quiet times, I surrender to…

POEMS: “What is the Next Step?” by Margaret Jang

With bewilderment you ask, “What is the next step?”
which sounds almost like an impatient plea.
Because right now you’re feeling lost and out of sync,
and struggling within for what you cannot clearly see.

LEARNING FROM NATURE HAIKU: “End of summer” (“Fin del verano”)

“End of summer”   Crisp shortened days, First leaves are now turning red… Marking Summer’s end! — Lesson: Nature teaches: Seasons change, like in our lives, Change brings renewal! Amira        “Fin del verano”   Días mas cortos y frescos, Las primeras hojas ya van tornándose rojas … Marcando el final del verano!…