“The essential lesson I’ve learned in life is to just be yourself. Treasure the magnificent being that you are and recognize first and foremost you’re not here as a human being only. You’re a spiritual being having a human experience.” Wayne Dyer
“What is to be attentive? (…) Attention involves seeing and hearing. We hear not only with our ears but we are sensitive to the tones, the voice, to the implication of words, to hear without interference, to capture instantly the depth of a sound. Sound plays an extraordinary part in our lives: the sound of thunder, a flute playing in the distance, the unheard sound of one’s own heart beating,
See yourself in everyone you encounter, in every creature on the planet, in the forest and the oceans and the sky
Last olives being picked up and last snow is slowly melting in the top parts of mountains. The two elder man laugh at loud, they tell jokes and talk about the weather while continuously picking small round olives, one by one with they tired but happy hands.
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What to drink in the morning instead of coffee?
Drinking coffee on an empty stomach isn’t such a good idea since coffee is highly acidic and this might cause problems to your digestive system.
Very good alternative for caffeine is to drink warm lemon water or fresh green juice.
When we live in deep relationship with nature, we have reverence for all of it. Every aspect of life is alive to us and this is living in “Love” and in love we can do no harm or wrong! In understanding this relationship, all of life is “Sacred”.
In darkness we start appreciate the light. In darkness we dream about warm coffee or tea, hot chocolate, sweet treat, comfort food. Warming up feet, body and soul.
there is a time for being ahead
and a time for being behind;
a time for being in motion
and a time for being at rest;
a time for being vigorous
and a time for being exhausted;
“For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. I revere them when they live in tribes and families, in forests and groves. And even more I revere them when they stand alone. They are like lonely persons. Not like hermits who have stolen away out of some weakness, but like great, solitary men,…