Category: Buddhism, Consciousness, Death, Haiku, Poetry, spirituality
Tags: Beauty, Buddhism, Compassion, creativity, death, Literature, Poetry, Skywalker Storyteller, writing
I guess I’m in good company!
That made me chuckle.
Yet their frailty is sometimes also their strength – the flexibility to meet change without being broken.
I woke feeling very ill and strange late in the night of the eclipse – luckily it passed by morning – your haiku describes how I felt. Life is short.
Glad you’re feeling better. Think you received some energy from that eclipse, and your body had to adjust.
Yes I agree but I’m not sure just what the energy is right now – been a bit wobbly emotionally ever since. I ‘m going to a workshop tomorrow to make a Native American Medicine Drum – I think that will help me find balance in the new energies. Hope so anyway 🙂
Drumming is very healing. Look forward to you sharing some about it.
Love this one! Frailty is part of life as we age, but what a joy take advantage of what remains, to meander in the gifts this vast Ocean provides, be it a single drop of rain or the beautiful curl of a wave. Frailty slows us down so we can truly observe.
Thanks for sharing your observations, Susan.
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