Look to this day for it is life the very life of life. In its brief course lie all the realities and truths of existence the joy of growth the splendor of action the glory of power. For yesterday is but a memory And tomorrow is only a vision. But today well lived makes every … More Love is All Around
A Blessing for Equilibrium Like the joy of the sea coming home to shore, May the music of laughter break through your soul. As the wind wants to make everything dance, May your gravity be lightened by grace. Like the freedom of the monastery bell, May clarity of mind make your eyes smile. As water … More A Blessing for Equilibrium
Every day, priests minutely examine the Law And endlessly chant complicated sutras. Before doing that, though, they should learn How to read the love letters sent by the wind and rain, the snow and moon. ~ Ikkyu ~
Thought I’d post a pic of one of my favourite crystals, a Violet Flame amethyst elestial point from the Hart Ranges in the Northern Territory of Australia.In elestial crystals, the points are flattened into layers. I saw this on Ebay Australia while I was living in Pingelly, on the Western Australian wheatbelt to the east … More Amethyst, Anyone?
I’ve been off with the fairies in a sewing frenzy these past few days. Last winter I managed to drop some liquids on a favourite black dress which left pale stains. I also leaned against the gas fire and managed to singe my favourite pair of black pants. So I ordered some sew-on, embroidered patches … More Sewing Serenity
Way back when I lived in Woodenbong, on the far north border of New South Wales, I ordered a wooden box for my essential oils. It was well-made, heavy and great for my oils until we moved to North Cyprus. I pulled out the partitions and packed all my jewellery inside as it was so … More Magickal Blessings Box
WordPress is playing silly buggers at present – I always return the favour of checking out people’s blogs if they’ve liked mine or followed my blog. I consider it a courtesy to read posts, let the author I’ve enjoyed their writings via the “like” button, and if they’ve followed my blog I return the favour. … More WordPress Woes!