Wisdom for this Special Day

Love the animals, love the plants, love everything.
If you love everything, you will perceive the divine
mystery in things.  Once you perceive it, you will
begin to comprehend it better everyday.  And you
will come at last to love the whole world
with an all-embracing love.

~Fyodor Dostoyevsky~

The Buddha’s teachings on love are clear.  It is
possible to live twenty-four hours a day in a
state of love.  Every moment, every glance,
every thought, and every word can be
infused with love.

~Thich Nhat Hahn~

Christian, Jew, Muslim, shaman, Zoroastrian,
stone, ground, mountain, river, each has a 
secret way of being with the mystery,
unique and not to be judged.


When you do things from your soul,
you feel a river moving in you, a joy.


It is love that leads to right action.
What brings order in the world is
to love and let love do what it will.

~Jiddu Krishnamurti~

Happy Easter/Passover/Sunday.  Have a beautiful day.






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8 Responses to Wisdom for this Special Day

  1. this is brilliant! How did you ever get that red winged blackbird so perfectly??? And those sweet turtles???
    Your words and choices of inspiration are so perfectly linked to your message. you are one heck of a teacher, blogger, amazingly tuned in wise woman of the world.WOW! lucky are we who get to love you!

    • suellen1234 says:

      I was lucky with those shots – the beautiful creatures were in a posing mood that day. They live in a wonderful wetlands park on Lake Washington. That was our first visit, but won’t be our last. Sending LOVE, SE/AC

  2. sophie10 says:

    . . .and to you my friend.

  3. Betty & Norm says:

    Your pictures of the red winged blackbird, thank you Susan I didn’t know what kind of bird it was, and the turtles put a BIG smile on my face. Thank you.

    Is it too late to say Happy Easter!

    From another of your friends who loves you. xoxo, B

  4. eof737 says:

    Beautiful photos… 😉 I’m finally catching up but will have to come back and comment later on other posts. Thanks for your patience! 🙂

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