Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Yes. This.

courtesy of my daily email from tut.com

If speaking to a spiritual novice during the darker days of human evolution, one might explain God, metaphorically, as if "He" were angry, testing, and judgmental.

To someone a bit more savvy, during easier times, one might explain God, metaphorically, as if "She" were always loving, nurturing, and forever conspiring on our behalf.

And to someone on the verge of a total breakthrough, during the latter days of human evolution, one might explain God by asking them to turn up the music, take off their shoes, walk in the grass, unleash the dogs, free the canary, catch a breeze, ride a wave, dance every day, get up early, take a nap, stay out late, eat chocolate, feel the love, give stuff away, earn it back, give some more, and laugh.... Really.

Really, really.

Catch a breeze -
The Universe


Cate Subrosa said...


work in progress said...

I could not agree more. This is perfect. Thank-you!

Reminds me of this poem:


At night, I open the window and ask
the moon to come and press its
face against mine.
Breathe into me.

Close the language-door and
open the love window.
The moon
won't use the door, only the window.

~ Rumi

Melissa said...

That is lovely. Not surprised to see it is from Rumi. Thank you for that. :)

Cate ;)

Cary said...

Right. On.