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Liminal Days
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Liminal Days 19h
Dawn: sunflower against dark sky ... ‘somewhere inside me, there still lives a little girl who once tried to invent a time machine, just to go back in time to save Vincent Van Gogh from his sadness when she heard he ate yellow paint to get the happiness inside him’ - Nikita Gill
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Mindfulness Wellness Sep 18
When a friend falls down you help him up!
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Jack Kornfield Sep 18
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Simon Parke Sep 18
A fundamentalist is someone who cannot receive anything. There are religious fundamentalists, atheist fundamentalists, political fundamentalists, foodie fundamentalists, all sorts. The link? They can't receive anything, they can't hear, because they must have mental control.
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Liminal Days Sep 17
Just praying that you’re surrounded and upheld by love: ‘blessed are they ...’ 🙂
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Emma Dixon Sep 17
My beautiful mum Kay died just before noon today. We were holding her hand and reading her the beatitudes at the end. It is a relief as well as desperately sad. I so much feared watching my mum draw her last breath but in the end there was no fear, only love. xxxxxxx
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Liminal Days Sep 17
Replying to @tanya_landman
Fabulous. Perfect lines and exquisite minimalist 🙂
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Tanya Landman Sep 17
Tonight's painting.
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Paul Bronks Sep 16
"Donna, open the window please. Bit of a situation here"
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helen warlow Sep 16
Richard Cartwright is an artist I drone on about to anyone who will listen. His work is terrific.. This is ‘The Autumn Tree’ and is in Pastel.. He really needs no publicity from me just appreciation...H&DrS 😀🐶🐶👨🏻‍🍳
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Richard Rohr, OFM Sep 17
Meditation was not a newfangled innovation, but something that had originally been at the very center of Christian practice and had become lost.
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James Woodward Sep 16
Through contemplation—holding the paradoxes of life—Merton struggled against “the evil [that] is in us all . . . [and] the blindness of a world that wants to end itself.” He fought against violence, war, racism, poverty, and consumerism. Rohr
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Giles Paley-Phillips Sep 16
It's been 10 years since you've been gone and not a day goes by that I don't think about you and the joy you gave to so many
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Zen Moments Sep 16
Your current safe boundaries were once unknown frontiers. ~ Anonymous
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Kylie Riordan ✨ Sep 16
I see signs of love everywhere I look... in the mother who wipes hers sons tears, in the smile from a doctor in a waiting room... when I look at a young couple embracing. It is everywhere... love that is. Look for it. It's too beautiful to turn away from 💜
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Calm Sep 15
"What you seek is seeking you." — Rumi
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Mindfulness Wellness Sep 16
Would you have shared with him?
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Calm Sep 16
In three words, how does silence make you feel?
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Liminal Days Sep 15
To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than luxury, and refin...
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Liminal Days Sep 14
What a fabulously charismatic - grace-filled - inspiration
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