Special Clog dance..
the world is too full to talk about.”
― Lawrence Durrell, Justine
― Lao Tzu
― George Eliot, Impressions of Theophrastus Such
― Elbert Hubbard
― Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth
Truth resides in the human heart.
Let’ s always meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.
Dr. Barbara Condron book called Peacemaking gives 9 lessons for changing yourself, your relationships & your world. The book is published by the School of Metaphysics (SOM) where she is a faculty member.
All beings desire love, yet love needs a peaceful heart and mind to grow and bear fruits.
If you want love and seek love you must regard “Peace as the breath of your spirit, born within the depth of your being to heal and inspire” as described in the Universal Peace Covenant, your every thought, word and deeds.
A Sufi story
The Master or a Mulla in Persian was questioned by a man as he looked for a lost key of his treasure outside his home, yet being questioned by a passer by who offered to help finding it, replied the key was lost inside the home.
Why look outside then? The man asked. The Mulla said because it is light here and dark in the home…I cannot see. A bystander reasoned about bringing light within the house and look for the key.
Mulla laughed; Indeed it is the simple question and simple answer which brings illumination” he said. So it is your inner life, I have seen you search on the outside but as you have learned here today, what you are seeking is not lost without, it has always been within.
Why then seek bliss in the outside world? Have you lost it there?