"His journey, his battles … For the death of death in him, And for life’s resurrection, So that he becomes Through and through alive. He will triumph. " ©️A. Garden, June 24, 2018
“I am willing” said my mind. Suddenly, all walls tumbled and fall. “I am willing to sit in Your fire, I am willing to fly by Your desire, I am willing to play Your songs I am willing to dance Your music.” “What feels best?” You ask Waking up knowing You Stretching and saying “Good … Continue reading Pearl of the Sea ~ a morning song
I am love. I am life. I am Youniverse. AndreeaGarden, May 2017
"Help me dwell in field of love" I cried to my Angel. "Only naked lovers dwell here" He cried back. "No clothes like 'you' or 'me'" He said. How have I gotten so well dressed? Who built this armor around my heart? Why am I in this staged show? Please, bring me home In the … Continue reading Prayer for Home
What have I learned living near irritable angry never satisfied unhappy (yet adorable) people (yep, I've got a few): Happiness cannot be taught, modeled, trained, achieved, gained, attained. Contentment may. Happiness can only be received. How to get into a receiving state and how to ask for happiness, these can be taught, modeled, trained, achieved, … Continue reading Happiness cannot be attained. It may be received only.
My version of Ho'oponopono. Andrea Garden, Ian. 2016
So much to love ... All what I see, how wonderful the colors and shapes of landscapes, seas, sky, cities, villages, gardens, people ... ... All what I hear, how wonderful the sounds of mountain spring, crashing waves, singing birds, roaring animals, sea breeze, buzzing city, human voices ... ... All what I sense, … Continue reading So much to love
http://youtu.be/HtpQmU6v6kQ Kahlil Gibran On Love When love beckons to you, follow him, Though his ways are hard and steep. And when his wings enfold you yield to him, Though the sword hidden among his pinions may wound you. And when he speaks to you believe in him, Though his voice may shatter your dreams as … Continue reading Kahlil Gibran “On Love”