Spirals Of Life
I’m a writer.
You may have noticed this. The thing is, most of us who read are writers (more or less … sometimes way more and sometimes way less) and therefore …
When writers write (story tellers tell and/or people with opinions opine) the universe expands. No, truly it does! Each to our own uniquely individual way, we add to the collective consciousness existing in an ethereal part of the everything that isn’t understood – at all – but which nonetheless manifests itself somewhere within our imaginations, our thinking processes, our restless souls and/or the mysterious cosmos.
One of the primary reasons I find spirals fascinating is because it isn’t the (coined expression) ‘circle of life’ that brings renewal but the ‘ever occurring’ change brought about by spirals of life; expanding, growing, spiraling ever outward. We writers are a part of this – life’s glorious spiral effect. Fascinatingly so.
It is a wonderful thing, adding/sharing to freedom and universality of thought, word, expression and deed.
At least this particular writer believes so. Therefore, all your thinkers and writers, doers and believers … carry on. Creation is always a very good thing.
Silence can be a good thing giving time to reflect on values as opposed to desires. Honor as opposed to polarizing negative ideas which separate us from one another. Wisdom as opposed to valueless words being said and repeated leading to emotional reactions and nothing more.
It’s time to decide what you, within your heart of hearts, believes in, for when our souls touch, as they shall, there will be no animosity, no negative vibrational causation from physical manifestation (owing naught to an irrational thinking brain and all to a loving heart).
When words overwhelm, reign in your emotions, allow for the threads of life originating from your soul to lead and direct your actions. Breathe in life, and the natural way of being. We are an important part of each other and our universe.
You, we, are better than this time in humanity’s existence. So much better.
Time to make it so, I believe.
Thank you for stopping by, I wish you well.
With sincere affection,
Words, words words. They’re amazing things aren’t they? Drifting in, around and through our thoughts and emotions connecting with or latching onto every bit of life’s often overlooked creative aspects and/or acquired wisdom in our daily, sometimes meandering advenures.
Those minutiae of flotsam within life experiences, frequently add to an artisan’s imagination, collaborating with her/his words to bring forth the profoundness of a thought, idea or expression.
On the one hand we’re blessed with this finely honed awareness of life, on the other hand it can often lead us far from our original intent as life is a never ending spiral where the old gives way to the new (and upon occasion revisits the old again) and as we all recognize about change … well … it’s constant, whether we wish it were so or not.
I believe the key here is to embrace change as often as one can, recognizing that even during its turmoil, within its essence is an neverending source of information and inspiration for the next great thing you shall write, my creative soulmates.
Thanks for reading my written thoughts. I wish you well.
photo by Annie Leibovitz Más
“Echoes that are heard
after misspoken words
create resonance sweeping,
leading often to weeping
in sadness despaired
but words never cared.
And once they’ve been spoken
more words become token
of aftermath’s reflection,
and perhaps introspection
of poorly said words
that should’ve never been heard:
Misspoken words are like yesterday’s songs
always remembered for oh so ere long.”
~ Plh, 2016
Take care of you and if you’ve the time take care of a few others too.
Many of us never tire of reading and repeating famous quotes.
Quotes are inspirational, regardless of subject matter, but bottom line, the main reason we love famous quotes is because of nuggets of wisdom buried within the quoter’s words.
We absorb these quotes because at subliminal levels we feel a sense of purpose or well-being, perhaps love, happiness, hope, awareness, understanding, determination, sacrifice, illumination and yes maybe even the feeling that we’re in touch with – wisdom of the ages.
A wisdom we believe to be true and frequently are determined to incorporate into our own mindset…
Therefore there will always be room in our minds or our hearts for quotes:
“He wrapped himself in quotation as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of Emperiors.” ~ Rudyard Kipling
I hope you’re having a happy and fulfilling weekend. I wish you well.
“Words expressed in kindness from one human to another,
is a sharing of affection … touching others with an essence of grace and love …
a needed nourishment for one’s soul.” ~ Plh
Animals have no words to use to express their affection. Humans do. With just a few well spoken words each and every single one of us has the ability to make a positive or negative difference in another person’s day.
Using our words wisely, with affection, is a happy thing to do.
I wrote this song a little bit ago. And the tune seemed to pop into my head. I am NOT a singer, at all, but I do love music. So as you listen to the tune (ignore messy studio, TV in background and my hands to ears blocking out sounds), I mostly hum, imagine an actual singer singing the lyrics below to that tune! Thank you! Have a great weekend, my friends! 🙂 xx
Just as a mother feels the beat of unborn child
I feel the rhythm from your heart ~ you are loved.
The music of you heartbeat so piercing and so sweet
you are special and unique and ~ you are loved.
Yes there are those bad days, bad times,
(hard, hard, hard ones too),
but, hush now, hush now, do not cry ~ you are loved.
I sing for you a heart song to nourish you within
You are safe, and you are cherished ~ you are loved.
Let my strength pick up your spirits
carry you along.
You aren’t alone, you aren’t forgotten ~ you are loved.
You my friend so beautiful
I sing to let you know.
Do not be sad, I’m here for you ~ you are loved.
“On those loneliest days when you feel such despair
Reach out your hand, a friend will be there!”
Penny L Howe, 2015