“This reveals life more as a spiral staircase of evolving wisdom, instead of a linear path tossing you back and forth between emotional states.” ~ Matt Kahn
The monkey knows the tree it climbs. ~ Puerto Rican Proverb
Years don’t necessarily make you mature, scars do. ~ DiosRaw
Goso said, “When you meet a man of the Way on the path, do not meet him with words or in silence. Tell me, how will you meet him?”
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. ~ British Proverb
“You can talk with someone for years, everyday, and still, it won’t mean as much as what you can have when you sit in front of someone, not saying a word, yet you feel that person with your heart, you feel like you have known the person for forever…. connections are made with the heart, not the tongue.” ~ C. JoyBell C.
Nishkamya is one of two forms of bhakti, or devotion to God. The term is derived from the Sanskrit, nish, meaning “without,” and kamya, meaning “wish.” It, therefore, means “not seeking any favor,” describing a selfless level of devotion that desires nothing in return. Nishkamya bhakti is the highest form of love for God.
Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today. ~ Native American Proverb
Scrambling to the delusional deadline
Forgetting to underline
What truly counts
Every perception, not matter how accurate, will always be limited
Bounded to the tunnel vision view of the soul
What’s running after you?
Your own notions and ego self?
Caught between time’s stress
And a fine line
And the facts of life
We rain dreams
And on tree’s are growing more and more miracles
We find a way that is higher than overselves
To be of service to this world.
One of the world’s most ancient symbols, the Flower of Life is said to represent the divine, mathematical order in all of life. Consisting of evenly spaced, overlapping circles (with a six fold symmetry like a hexagon), some believe the symbol to be a divine, visual expression of life, consciousness, and creation. Leonardo Da Vinci was particularly interested in the form and mathematical proportions of the Flower of Life and its connection to physical space and human consciousness. The Symbol has been found at The Temple of Osiris in Abydos, Egypt, The Forbidden City, in Beijing, China, and many other sacred sites all over the world.