If a bird can sing and a spider can spin silvery threads into intricate webs, then surely contemporary humanity can rediscover our gift to appreciate, respect and care for one another, and for all life.
Boulders are an example of how Nature continually offers insight to decelerate, pay attention, and honor all that we take for granted.
Our breath is a wind, resonating in musical instruments, song, poetry, and all our day-to-day vocalizations.
Plants model their exquisite ability to: adapt; peacefully care for and protect one another; let go; and, offer beauty and nourishment to the world.
The sky’s all-encompassing embrace of our planet reminds us we are here to learn to emulate its compassionate and equitable lovingness toward all life.
….show up again and again for the possibility of softening preconceptions and being absorbed in a love beyond bias.
Let’s stay in touch with our innate human capacity for honesty, and endless loving kindness, sharing and caring.
Bees offer several timely reminders for humanity. They harmoniously live and work as a community that creates abundance.
The summer fogs will be my reminder to try to live and act with love and the light in the core of my heart for the wellbeing of all.
May we have the wisdom to leave the world a better place than the way we found it.
May we embrace the gentler, wiser aspects of our humanness as we prepare for a post-covid world.
Keep your wits about you….wisdom from a neighborhood owl for