If I can make the time for it Give it my full attention Allow the experience To permeate my being There is no future reward No past achievement More meaningful More fulfilling More exquisite Than the experience Of this very moment Now There are but two secrets To living fully, […]
Posts Tagged With ‘divine’
I follow a facebook page called Kissing Fish: christianity for people who don’t like christianity. The page’s owner is a pretty spry thinker, as are many Christians — which shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. There’s evidence enough in the discussions which accompany his posts. Kissing Fish posts frequently, […]
There’s a beauty that never fades, endures all time There’s a divinity that pervades all beings, all things There’s a grace that characterises all movement, all art That divine, beautiful grace . . . . . . is Love.
Dave Matthews, prodigiously talented and prolific, a true minstrel of our times writing soulful, often doleful songs of our everyday experiences. Transcendent, luminescent, playful. His live performances bring together extraordinary musicians with nary a glorious note misplayed or misplaced. And at the center mic, leaving no doubt as to the […]
Peter, et. al. I thought we could expand on our Divine Synonyms by listing synonyms for them. It’s proving to be more difficult than I’d expected… God : The divine, transcendence — the connectedness of all creation within which we all exist, can experience, can become consciously connected to, can become a […]
Staci… Why have you never brought up Helprin before? The passage you quote in Delusions. . . is scrumptious. Should I begin with Winter’s Tale ? Or Soldier? A couple things about categorisation… You’ve categorised that post in both Beauty and Perfection . I think as far as the sub-categories […]
It’s not that I float. That indicates the possibility of falling, and there is none. It’s not that I have a position in space. There is no space. It’s not a dimension, or a plane of existence that I exist in. These are all concepts of a physical manifestation, and […]