‘To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides’ David Viscott
There aren’t many nights I enjoy lying awake, but tonight is one of them as it is the sound of the gentlest of rain drops.
I made friendships that I am sure will stand the test of time; this makes me smile. I have seen places that I want to return to one day, and know that I will. I have to say, getting out of my dear home was for the month of May was a great decision and now that it is June, I am happy to be home, at peace and still smiling.
It’s not easy being an ordinary human being, but we can all take the good with the bad, it just needs practice to find it. I’m sure it’s in there.
When I read of the chance to walk the sacred paths and visit the sacred sites of Assisi on a 14 day pilgrimage, I knew I wanted to be a part of it.
I have a piano, it sits in my garden and I play it whenever I go out there just for fun. Goodness knows what the neighbours think, because believe me it is loud!
I was reading the Tao Te Ching, 81 Verses By Lao Tzu, Sacred Texts Translation and Commentary by Ralph Alan Dale 2002 and came across Verse…
It was precious, it was a moment I shall never forget. As a mum I have seen my kids do similar things, but as a grandma I have had the time and the grace that comes with time to really see it.
Today I am the butterfly, who knows where I’ll go. I don’t care really, its that kind of summer day.
When I think of you my love
Where is it that I go?