Monday, May 28, 2012


For it to be something so beautiful and present everywhere, and yet at the same time so missed by so many, speaks volumes about the power of the distracting web of entanglements.

"Without sensing it, we become lost inside the automatic traffic of functioning. It is only when something goes wrong that we are hauled back to the edge. Quite abruptly the familiar map has melted and territories that were sure ground an hour ago don't exist any more. It is tragic that something has to go wrong before we can realize the gift of the world and our lives, gifts we could never have dreamed or earned." ~~~ BEAUTY...The Invisible Embrace

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