A Resting Place. . . .

 

Conclusions are reached by methodical circumcision.  We  cut apart our hearts and yield what we can.

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There will always be those things which cost dearly and have no remunerative value.  They may be outside our frame of reference but are recognized when the time is right.  Then you know you have paid dearly and given the full litre of blood.

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In the place where we rest, bless the multitudes for they know not what they do, let alone what they say.

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The amount of  teaching that has gone on in this vestibule of the church of Man has been enormous.  Pray that the learning takes.

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Too many people act with instinct without considering the source of that instinct.  What was once appropriate and serviceable, is no longer.

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 Instinct is a precarious word and human balance should not rest on the word ‘precarious’

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Nature’s balance is such that never is a dream dreamed without the ability to put it into motion.

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Life in a crucible is life in human form.

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The look of innocence is the state of shock;  that level where the soul has rested, the mind has stopped pursuing and spirit dares not delve further.

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Timing is of the essence.  You cannot pull a tulip out of the ground nor can you force the petals of the rose to unfold with your own hands.  Of their own accord and in their own timing, they will.

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Not to trample hearts, but to cup them.

 

photo by John S. Hallissey

 

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