Photo – PSLB, Thailand
DANCE ON WATER
Your reflection is rippled and distorted in the human mind, yet your Higher Self knows
You dance on water, You float on air!
You are a gentle soul that unfolds petal, by 1,000 petals
so that your tender heart is disclosed.
You are a friend, then foe, then Friend exposed.
You are a jewel in the silence,
a Light like the sun.
You are ‘I am’ and part of ‘I AM ONE.’
In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB
“The Past cannot be changed; we have to take it as it is. But our Future is completely in our hands, and, if we start the right causes, should never occasion us any worry, as it will take care of itself because of the Law of Cause and Effect.”
Eugene Fersen, Science of Being, page 162.
4 thoughts on “Dance on water”
Thank you Nicoleta for expressing above, it helps me see things of myself I hadn’t looked at,
I too have the want to fit in and be loved aspect, I haven’t mastered this yet, but am grateful
To understand myself and learn to Love regardless and know we are not alone! 😋
Yes Love, we have all done things in our youth that now as we have matured we think we wouldn’t have done. We just wanted to be loved, not knowing that loving ourselves is the first step to knowing a deeper love. As we mature then we learn that others may not love us, and the reason is because they are experiencing problems themselves; they are suffering in one way or another. And, we can gradually free ourselves of the desire to be loved by them and we love them regardless and unconditional. That freedom lightens our heart to love more and makes us happy! 🙂
I am so inspired by your posts, Portia.
This one speaks of belonging…to oneself, and I think it’s been a long time coming , for me, to realize that my past mistakes were inevitable, in a sense, because I always placed others first. It is almost embarrassing. That is who I am. Yes, my higher self may well have known me all along, and let me take chances even my gut said no…Well, now my spirit carries me, and my mind has let in the conversation :-)…I don’t know if this makes sense…but I am not fighting my emotions any longer. I am aware of the scars, and have compassionately risen to forgive, and pray for my family.
The longing to belong was an insatiable yearning for me. I now recognize the discomfort of trying to fit in where i don’t, and instead of being baffled, I am free to dance, so to speak 🙂
I hope i have not veered too much. Thank you for the respite for my thoughts 🙂
Your message in poem is so True, and photography is Lovely!!!!