Who or what sort of human might is able to divert by an inch the course of love? "Because, if Love finds you worthy, will direct your course." (Kahlil Gibran, On Love) Stirring in the heart begins. "One night a man was crying; one night a woman was crying 'Allah! Allah!' There are love dogs … Continue reading The Course
Sometimes, when ability to enjoy visible touchable things is lost, enjoy the nowhere out of which all appear, and where they disappear. Andreea Garden, December 2016 Image source Google Images
Just these two words He spoke changed my life, “Enjoy Me.” What a burden I thought I was to carry - a crucifix, as did He. Love once said to me, “I know a song, would you like to hear it?” And laughter came from every brick in the street and from every pore in … Continue reading “Laughter came from every brick” poem by St. Teresa of Avila
Day and night I try To call my soul To bring me home. My soul won't play mind's games My soul lives elsewhere Beyond the boundaries of right and wrong I intend to end up there Now. Andreea Garden, December 2016
Let your desires decorate the canvas of the Universe. Desire without tension! Andreea Garden Spirituality for Fun Project December 2016
A great deal of thinking energy and building energy goes into making of the shell of our home, the house. However, it is the inner space that we inhabit. Better said, how we feel inside the interior space of our house determines wether or not we, our souls to be specific, feel at home. But … Continue reading What makes a home?
School for me was a nice place to go and listen to stories, even chemistry and physics and math too, each algorithm a strange story with unexpected end (and a quite dubious purpose). I had a good memory and sharp listening skills so it was simple to get good grades by simply reproducing the stories … Continue reading Teachers, let kids learn they can think! or a simple approach to improving education