The Christmas Sermon from Bishop’s Wife movie

https://youtu.be/OzRUZYI8XdU "Tonight I want to tell you the story of an empty stocking. Once upon a midnight clear, there was a child's cry, a blazing star hung over a stable, and wise men came with birthday gifts. We haven't forgotten that night down the centuries. We celebrate it with stars on Christmas trees, with the … Continue reading The Christmas Sermon from Bishop’s Wife movie

We are

We are light threads Stretched between sky and earth Like a giant lyra Vibrating under cosmic fingers. We are boxes with precious jewels Carefully kept by artist lapidarist. We are tubes of million colors Entwined, never blended. We are white silk veils' dance Frenetic or mild, hypnotic ballet. We are tiny bottles of spring trees’ … Continue reading We are

No agenda ~ this is oversimplified lightwork

Complete wakefulness is inevitable. Resist it, delay it, postpone it for five more minutes … The desire to live is greater than the strongest inertia, than the deepest fear. Better yet, stretch, wash your eyes and start walking, breathing deeply. Step into the light (imaginary, at this point). Breathe the light (imaginary, so far). Let … Continue reading No agenda ~ this is oversimplified lightwork

A World of Light

Doesn't sleep feel good? Pretty dreams, bad dreams. Doesn't wakefulness feel good? There is a right time for each. When time for sleep, light gently withdraws. When time to awake, light gently sweeps in until it’s all lighted up. Humanity’s time for sleep has passes. Chase away the veils of last remains of dreams. Perfect … Continue reading A World of Light