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As surly as spring showers quench May flowers, with reflection comes refreshment.

© 2012 Bernadette Ignacio

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Learned, patient, and precise was the master craftsman who could cut an intricate dovetail joint from sturdy wood. With the change in seasons came the swelling and contraction of the once living tree. The craftsman understood that long after the bark was severed from its roots with the earth, it still breathed.

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Experience Immediacy

'Staying in the Moment' image courtesy of http://www.whatwinnersdo.com

Act appropriately, and with appreciation. Respond rightfully, though respectfully. Go gracefully, but with gusto. It is not easy being completely immersed in the immediate moment, seamlessly becoming a full part of all that’s happening around you. To experience the moment for what it is, and not for what you want it to be, is a way forward to freedom. Each hour, minute, second–holds the capacity for One to experience life as an acute, integrated observer. In this state, One can recognize the importance of themselves just being there as part of a miraculous picture being painted by the One. (more…)

Fresh Lens

'The Elbow Everglow of Las Posas' photo taken by Bernadette Ignacio

Each day, most of us pass through the same streets guided by our inner autopilot. Over trust in where we’re going and how to get there dulls our senses, and the scene around us. We become indifferent to the small wonders that lie in each predictable step or ride through reminiscent routes.

Without awareness, this conditioned conversance can cause One to lose their sensitivity to the infinite sources of inspiration within their immediate and familiar surroundings. Shameful is the case, because this subliminal disenchantment kills our creativity. (more…)

Earth Redemption

Image of 'Earth Pheonix' courtesy of Kagaya

Earth herself, is a redeemer. She accepts all that dies into herself and regenerates all anew. She transforms decay into development, and waste into growing wonder. However, this cycle of miracle has a time span, just like any process with a start and finish. We have disregarded her patience–trying to convince ourselves that we have control over the redemption of things in life we all need to survive: food, water, air.

This is a gross mistake.

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Dovetail Nature

Learned, patient, and precise was the master craftsman who could cut an intricate dovetail joint from sturdy wood. With the change in seasons came the swelling and contraction of the once living tree. The craftsman understood that long after the bark was severed from its roots with the earth, it still breathed. (more…)

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