Creating a vision statement that lives up to its name is not that easy. After all, it should be short, get to the point and above all else: inspire.
I love this…Body of Love is very evocative and has a calming affect on my heart and soul! Thanks, I’m passing the love along via my blog 🙂
I was surprised recently to be “nominated” by Anita Bowden for The Three-Day Lyrical Challenge. I enjoy the spiritual but not religious bent to her blog. Thank you for thinking of me, Anita! This is my second lyrical post. I chose The Body of Love by Ben Lee, from his album Love is the great rebellion because it sounds like a beautiful meditation or prayer, with the bonus of a catchy tune.
The Body of Love
By Ben Lee
Where there is fear, let there be an opening
Where there is hunger, let the road ahead be full of grace
Where there is judgement, let there be empathy
Where we have forgotten how to love
Let us know the ache
The ache being one, one with the body of love
One with the body of love
We’re being one, one with the body of love
One with the…
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We're all guilty of this. I am, and I am confident that you do too. We waste time on a regular basis.
The Universe is yours for the asking. The secret is to let the Universe provide in its own time and in its own way. You are a co-creator with the Universe; there is no wish, want, or need which goes unanswered which comes from the level of positive intentions.
I use the term, past lives, as a kind of placeholder for a common experience that depends on our current interpretation of what it means to use in linear time. That is to say, there really is no past, nor do we die, but in the context of an individual human being's viewpoint, we can have experiences of living in times other that the current one.