Gems 5.19

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Photo by Antonio Doumas, Pixabay

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Gems 4.69

I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ♡
Here’s another light-filled ¤ Gem ¤

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Photo by PicMonkey.com. Quote from ServiceSpace.org

 

Inspired by Mita Shah.  How does your garden grow? I’d love to know.

My Longing, My Bliss, My Kryptonite!

Gems 3.48

I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ♡
Here’s another light-filled ¤ Gem ¤

 

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Photo “Diana’s Flowers” by Niki Flow

 Journey Notes

The theme for the month of May is “fear” and “love.”  The theme for June will be “silence,” “listening,” “stillness,” and “sacred space.”   If you have a favorite quote about any or all of those,, please let us know!

Your Creativity

As always, we would love to feature your creative visions.  When we show each other what we find beautiful, we get a glimpse into each others’ hearts.  .

May you find joy every day of your journey through life.

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Gems 3.3

I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ♡
Here’s another light-filled ¤ Gem ¤

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Photo and poem by “mj” and used with permission.  Thank you! 

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Journey Notes

The theme for the month of January is “journey.”  If you have a favorite quote or poem about “journey,” or the journey of life,  please leave a comment!

Gems 2.66

I hope you’re having a beautiful day. ♡
Here’s another light-filled ¤ Gem ¤

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Photo “Solvitur ambulando – It is solved by walking” by Niki Flow. Inspired by Nicole Huguenin, Chief Dream Architect, Wild Dream Walks

#18* in the “Divine Feminine” series.  In October and November we’ll be featuring quotes about, for and by women.  Inspired by the Awakin.org call with Elle Lunaauthor The Crossroads of Should and Must. See also Aphrodite Emerges on Medium.com and “#the100dayproject” on Instagram. Nicole Huguenin is not only one of our Under1000Skies photo contributors, she is one of our city artist-pack distribution volunteers.  The first time I read “solvitur ambulando” was during our shared KindSpring.org challenge, “The 1st Annual KindSpring Eowyn Challenge” in September 2015.  The origin of the saying is lost in time, but if I had to guess, I would say it was first said by a Roman mother to her child who was too long indoors (or perhaps to all her family members).  “Solvitur ambulando!” (It solved her problem, too.)