Love Letter to Planet Earth

 

Let Us Live In Love Peace Paradise On Earth – Poem by Terence George Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)

teaching the lesson
love heals
is a difficult task
for adults to absorb,
adults taught punishment
examples not tolerance
in early entire childhood
behavioural control upbringing

the stick the rod taught
harsh discipline might
is right not who is right

let us live in love peace
paradise on earth
does not light
overcome dispel darkness
love is light
waiting to come
into all lives
in all societies

open the heart
sow love
compassion
healing
into the world
break centuries
millennia cycles
of intolerance pain

inflicted

agony

let love rule the world
embrace the beauty of love

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

 

From Here to Eternity

I created this image from a photo of the Standing Stones of Callenish. This stone circle really calls to my heart and this image represents the timelessness of universal energy, the messages of truth which call to us at the spiritual level even more strongly these days, with the cracks representing the openings to alternative universes which can fire up and light our dreams.

#MeToo Rising

This image reminds me of the explosion of women’s emotional and revolutionary energies in 2017 and entering 2018 – from the refusal to put up with sexist, racist, demeaning treatment to an uprising against the misogyny of Trump and Republican leaders.

As the video below says: We Are the Fire!

 

Honouring the Light Within Each of Us

A friend gave me the words in the image, from a hymn she knows. l know you have to turn the image to get all the worlds, but circles of good people really do make the world go round.

I believe friendship is a gift of family around the world, so this is to express my gratitude to all my friends and family wherever they live. You all rock and I love you to the moon and back!

 

Doors to Grace

I was in the traditional Turkish-Cypriot village of Ozankoy on Monday and came across a pair of large, ornate doors on one of the narrow, winding streets of this charming village. So I took a photo as I knew I could work with it in creating art, and voila! the above image.

I have referred to the doors of Grace as I love the term “Grace” and feel these doors, with the light radiating out, open opportunities to step through our own doors of Grace as we further our journey on Planet Earth.