MYSTICAL POEMS: “Don’t Make Lists” by Dorothy Walters

Don’t Make Lists   Every day a new flower rises from your body’s fresh soil. Don’t go around looking for fallen petals in a fairy tale, when you’ve got the golden plant right here, now, shooting forth in light from your eyes, your awakening crown. Don’t make lists, or explore ancient accounts. Forget everything you…

MYSTICAL POEMS: “Your heavy bag” by Rumi

    If you are lugging a heavy bag, do not fail to look inside it to see whether what is inside is bitter or sweet. If it is really worth bringing along, bring it; otherwise, empty your sack and redeem yourself from fruitless effort. Only put into your sack that which is worth bringing….

MYSTICAL POEMS: “Primordial Pool of Silence” by Mystic Meandering

Primordial Pool of Silence…   Days unfold like rushing waterfalls. Nights I welcome the silence; just sitting, just being, allowing the flow of the day to come to the edge and gently fall away… A smooth, sliding movement finding its own rhythm empties out the eddies of life… Letting go of trying, trying to make…

A quote from Neale Donald Walsch about “Love”…

  Love is sometimes shown in the things you don’t say, don’t keep track of and don’t notice. The greatest kindness is often shown in letting things go. None of us is perfect, but we can all be perfect friends and perfect partners by allowing those that we love to  be imperfect. Give those around…