Newsletter Video 2.11: Flowers

I hope you’re having a beautiful weekend. ♡
This week on ¤ ¤


Gems 6.50

If we listen to each other’s heart
We’ll find we’re never too far apart
And maybe love is a reason why
For the first time ever, we’re seein’ it eye to eye

“I2I” performed by DCapella; songwriters Patrick DeRemer and Roy Freeland

Gems 6.51

“Behind the mask of ice that people wear, there beats a heart of fire.” -Paulo Coelho, Warrior of the Light

Gems 6.52

Daisy, give yourself away
Look up at the rain
The beautiful display
Of power and surrender
Giving us today, and
She gives herself away

“Daisy” performed by Switchfoot; songwriter Jon Foreman

Gems 6.53

“My breath would catch at the sight of violets-so common in the woods at home, so surprising in the mountains. The violet’s message was “Keep up your courage, stay true to what you believe in.”

-Jessica Stern, A Memoir of Terror

Gems 6.54

“…You have forgotten your Eastern origin, /The veiled women with eyes like panthers… /Now you are a very decent flower /A reticent flower, /A curiously clear-cut, candid flower, /Friendly to a house-cat and a pair of spectacles, / Making poetry out of a bit of moonlight / And a hundred or two sharp blossoms…”  -Amy Lowel, What’s O’Clock (Houghton Mifflin Company. 1925)

Photos by Cord X., Johnny O., Picmonkey and Niki Flow.
Music “Perception” by

♥. Thank you.

A Journey of Flowers

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