Sunday, 2 February 2014

Soulful Sunday

“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.”

― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

I love this video a good reminder for us all to watch to put things into perspective

“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.”

― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Great superbowl commercial

I love the art works of Trisha Romance

From the words of Trisha Romance>>>

Every visit to Great Grandma's was surely a time of great storytelling! "When your Daddy was your age ..." she would begin, but before we knew it, chapters of family history would unfold as volumes of well kept photo albums came to life! What were once strangers in the old black and white photos were now great characters of our heritage, never to be forgotten. Sadly, Great Grandma is gone now, as are the afternoon teas of shortbread and scrabble. But everything about her is still very much alive ... her spirit of life, her love of family, her warmth and understanding, the calming effects of her powerful embrace, her laughter, her joy of music and love of God ... I felt her presence, I felt all these things, as I painted her and missed her, our beloved "Storyteller".

Our of the mouths of one of her babes my sweet friend Andria was reading to her child:

I was reading Charlotte my favourite book "Oh the Places You'll Go..." before bed:
Me: Wherever you fly, you'll be the best of the best.
Wheverever you go, you will top all the rest!
Charlotte: I think I'll just stay in Belle River...

I love her stories and the responses from her children  Smiles

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Gratitude is one of the sweet shortcuts 
to finding peace of mind and happiness inside. 
No matter what is going on outside of us, 
there's always something we could be grateful for....
- Barry Neil Kaufman

With each new day, a new page is written 
When writing the story of your life don't let anyone else hold the pen

The best way to predict the future is to create it and make it a beautiful one

May you experience each day as a sacred gift 
woven around the heart of wonder. " ~John O'Donohue 

Recipe For The Soul

Fold two hands together,
And express a dash of sorrow;
Marinate it overnight,
And work on it tomorrow.

Chop one grudge in tiny pieces
Add several cups of love,
Dredge with a large-sized smile,
Mix in ingredients from above.

Dissolve the hate within you,
By doing a good deed;
Cut in and help your friend,
If he or she should be in need.

Stir in laughter, love and thankfulness,
From the heart it has to come;
Toss with genuine kindness, then
share with folks who may need some.

The amount of people served,
Will all depend on you ...
This recipe can feed an entire world,
If you really want it to!

~Author Unknown~

I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity.” ~Gilda Radner

Beautiful creations by my talented and beautiful 



I love this photograph

Photograph by David Butow/Seeing Buddha
February 2014
Bhutan—Robes fly as monks practice a traditional dance in the courtyard of the Rinpung Dzong, a fortress and monastery complex dating from 1646—and now a seat of district government—located in Bhutan’s Paro Valley.

from this website   thank you 

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