A day of true winter has been bestowed upon many of us like a sacred gift from up above for that I curl in the cradle of Mother Nature as she thrives as her free Self.
Forgiving is like having your cataracts removed.
Less blur and more clarity.
I slip in deep silence as I yearningly sink in a deep and wide tub flooding with the wonder of how enveloping the inside of a whale’s mouth would be once the harrowing entrance has been begotten.
A little funny irony or so I think is that we usually feel or get itchy in their shells but once we leap from them and forget that we have leapt over time adjusting being out of our shells, we come back to our old shells often. After all, we have molded spots inside and they are usually big enough or bigger so it does not take much to crawl back into it.
The marrow of this thought is should we.
Be in the whale’s mouth or swim on.
Why waste so much time living in scrutiny?
You might struggle finding scrutiny in your daily life but I assure you it is there somewhere right in front of your nose.
Have we commonly forgotten the value of life and what really holds it together?
I am not talking about family or friends but truth.
They matter indefinitely more than…
our television sets,
the city lights,
“best” dining spots,
you can continue.
This is not to cause offense anyone’s sense of reverence for Truth but to state the overpowering self-imposed reliance many of us have on the very things that destruct or “unintentionally” belittle Truth.
Awareness is the gatekeeper to clarity.
Salvation is another thing,…something of its own.
I can confidently say no bubbling brook of words will bring you salvation.
Salvation requires a deep, deep awakening.
This might be in tune to Kundalini Yoga, how it may seem like Nirvana but when it is present, it is just present.
A long, long, beautiful winding road I feel is behind and in front of me. How I love the ever so silently floating anticipation of surfacing memories and the mystery of promising moments that are yet to be. It is the sweetest sense of Purgatory I think I can ever experience in my current mindset.
Stephanie Gasco fits in just fine without blending in.