Aug 19, 2021-- "I used to think that I would live to see the future of my visions. Now I only hope that my grandchildren's grandchildren will walk in a kinder world, alive to a multidimensional kinship, knowing that everything they can see, hear, and touch is sacred. I do not know how much will have to burn before we abandon our patterns of behavior that are poisoning the Earth, destroying Her wild places. Before we can again hear the music that connects the seabirds with the flow of the tides. Visions are full of promises, and not all of them are realized. How the worlds come together, how dreams are woven into consciousness, is one of life's greatest mysteries." Sufi master Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee looks at-- and beyond -- the approaching flames. (5697 reads)
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If your compassion does not include yourself it is incomplete.
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