Being Present

Breathing in I calm my body.

Breathing out I smile.

Dwelling in the present moment,

I know this is a wonderful moment!

-Thich Nhat Hanh


Remember your Soul…


Close your eyes,
To see with your heart,
Close your ears,
To hear with your heart,
Forget your mind,
And think with your heart.

For your heart will see,
When your eyes fail,
And your heart will hear,
When the voices are confused,
Your heart has the answers,
When your mind falls short.

Remember your heart,
For it is the key to love,
Remember all love,
For love is the key to your soul,
Remember your soul,
For it is your Foundation.

–Eric Galla


 These Spiritual Window-shoppers
who idly ask, ‘How much is that?’ Oh, I’m just looking.
They handle a hundred items and put them down,
shadows with no capital.

What is spent is love and two eyes wet with weeping.
But these walk into a shop,
and their whole lives pass suddenly in that moment,
in that shop.

 Where did you go? “Nowhere.”
What did you have to eat? “Nothing much.”

 Even if you don’t know what you want,
buy  something, to be part of the exchanging flow.

 Start a huge, foolish project,
like Noah.

 It makes absolutely no difference
what people think of you.







Why is that we tend to end up in these frustrating situations where we say: I knew it!  Typical!  Same as always!? Why does it seem to happen to us time after time? Could it be that we, at the very moment we decide that we know what will happen, actually set up the Blueprints and the Universe simply follow our instruction?  If so, do we also realize what we can do just by the change of thoughts…

“Every thought we think is creating our future.”

Louise L. Hay

Thought for Today…



“Let your life lightly dance on the edges of Time like dew on the tip of a leaf.”

-Rabindranath Tagore



Thought for Today


“Eventually you will come to understand that Love heals everything,

 and Love is all there is”

-Gary Zukav

Thought for Today….

“The season of failure is the best time for sowing the seeds of success.”

— Paramahansa Yogananda