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Absence of shadows

We are shocked so frequently with extremely bad news.

We cannot be in a steady state of sorrow and grief.

I am focusing on the good things that surround me. These are mainly colors and the sunny backyard.

I used to cry for everything and I was crying a lot even reading books and watching movies. It seems I am in a place now where there are no long shadows.

It is much more peaceful since the entrance gate is locked. It’s not that I have built a wall around me, but I am carefully   selecting the things that get in.

When we allow strange forces and energies to take over, it can be very difficult to get back to oneself. Almost impossible since we are scattered all around like falling leaves.

I have to immerse myself in colors. The stunningly dark red and the blindingly bright yellow.

This is so refreshing.

I let my thoughts go.

I skip the sad pages and get back to colors.

It will be never so that everybody will smile and breathe easily. There is day and night. Light and darkness.

We are energy. We can be pure and clean energy and we can damage us allowing too many dark shadows cover up the light.

So, this is today.

I hope it is a good tomorrow.

I have no idea how the weather will be after that.

I am walking around live colors. I am inhaling them and they become a taste, too. What a relief! Meditation. Simply: I let the time disappear.

For it’s going to be a good tomorrow.

Beautiful picture gallery displaying fall nature, enjoy!

The red

 

The orange-red

The pink

The nicely pink

The yellow

The deeply red

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  1. Yes. We have to save ourselves by turning inward. Our world has become too much to bear~

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    October 2, 2017
  2. really good point (made from experience and wisdom) and loved this:
    “stunningly dark red and the blindingly bright yellow”

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    October 2, 2017
  3. Simple, but profound beauty in the photos and the words, Inese. I shifted my focus away from “reality” quite a while ago. That’s why I’m still here.

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    October 3, 2017
    • Thanks! the same here. I suppose for me, that is art that allows distancing myself from surroundings. In your case that might be traveling and focusing on interesting, amazing, distinctive and exciting things. Regardless, one cannot absorb all the bad stuff on a daily basis and live afterwards unaffected. We have to take a great care about our integrity, and, especially, integrity and wholeness of our mind and soul are very important.

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      October 3, 2017
  4. i love color and nature, but it seems reality always creeps it’s way in.

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    October 7, 2017
    • I know. However, we have to take a distance and check carefully what we keep in our head and what we just let go. I am aware that bad thoughts are persistent, and especially when the situation is rather bad. So, it will take efforts, but everything is a lesson; we learn it and let the stuff go. I’ve been struggling with this myself. It took me almost 60 years to realize that. Keep good things and stick to them, all sorrows, offensive thoughts, revengeful or upsetting: have to allow whatever take them away. Wind, air, flowing water, soil, anything, give them away.

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      October 7, 2017
  5. So true Inese. Great post. Yesterday in church, I was attempting to cheer a woman who’s sister was suing the family until the judge threw out the case. “What an answer to specific prayer,” I encouraged. Instead of gratitude she focused on all the sad aspects of the case. As a counselor, I realize some prefer to anchor themselves to sorrow for it attracts attention for the pity aspect of it. As for me, I’d rather praise God for His Caring Hand over all our earthly troubles. No one should steal our Joy! Blessings back,

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    October 9, 2017
  6. A beautiful post, Inese, and gorgeous pictures. There are times we have to protect ourselves not only physically but spiritually too. Doesn’t mean we don’t help others, but if we break down, we can’t help others either.

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    October 12, 2017

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