" The world is mud-luscious
and puddle-wonderful "
As always, you offer a kernel of wisdom to reflect upon through the week. I am searching for ways to live in balance with the time-bound and the timeless. I have been imagining lately that the things we do now to help heal the earth is much like planting a sapling, knowing we will not likely see the tree mature. Though many of us may not see the results of our work beyond the ticking clock we are aware of, every thought and action matter. I also appreciate your comment that some of that work will be done by those drawn to activities in ordinary time and some of us to activities in the timeless worlds. I believe that both are incredibly important. We need both the visionaries and the social activities, the light bearers and the tree planters. Thank you for the work you do every day to help support our druid path.
Time is elastic
Love Padre Pablo!
Well said…Interesting “Tea Time”…Lovely Meditation…I went into my “Garden of Flowing in Perpetual Happiness,” which is located south of my Druid Grove. Blessings on your journey to Samhuinn /|\
Walkers between Worlds! I have always felt suspended or aware of this liminal space. As a young person I didn’t seem to fit in the busy time-bound world. Thank you for expressing this reality that we often don’t acknowledge, understand or talk about. love and blessings- Mary Louise
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