Happy Christmas my blogging friends.
I was happy to see "a hazy moon" on my reader this morning, Delwyn! A sense of the "eternal existance of single unison" was what your photos gave to me! We all are one and the same, it would mean world peace, if everyone believed it!Hope the New Year finds you comfortably settled in your new home and rested from all that moving involves.Wanda
Beautiful! Best wishes for a peaceful 2010, Delwyn.
i watched a program the other day that reminded me that everything my body is was once part of a star and i will return to that state eventually. everything ebbing and flowing, coming and going.have a peaceful holiday time delwyn!! steven
I beheld, and enjoyed!I hope you had a very peaceful Christmas Delwyn and wish you all the best for 2010.
All best wishes to you and your family in your new home!
Dear Delwyn,It has been much too long since I have left a comment, although I have been continuously following you, enjoying your pictures, words and walks. I consider getting to know you this year as one on my blessings ~ you truly help me take a moment to breathe ~ and to appreciate. Thank you!On my list of many books yet to read is Kahlil Gibran's "The Prophet." I find that as I stumble across it excerpts that I always take pause, even before knowing from where the quote came. My favorite: "In the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed." That, in a nutshell, also sums up how I feel when I visit you and your Hazy Moon.Wishing you and yours a wonderful and exciting new year, and I look forward to continuing to explore the dew drops with you!
It's so nice to see you Delwyn. Happy New Year.
Happy Christmas indeed, Delwyn! What a treat to have you pop up in my sidebar with another beautiful post. I always find myself pausing for reflection either through your words or your photos... and often both :)
Hi, Delwyn--It's good to hear from you here at Hazy Moon again. Thanks for posting this. Gibran's view of some permanently existing entity is decidedly non-Buddhist, and a good reminder for me to hold my ontological views lightly. (I try!) I wonder if anyone would like to comment on what they imagine KG might say in regard to what the "I" in this poem signifies.... God?
Hello DelwynBeautiful colors and I am glad to see a new post. I hope you had a Merry Christmas and your New Year will be a great one!
What a beautiful message, accompanied by stunning pictures. Thanks.
Hi Delwyn, The same but different - a good way to learn to exist together, don't you think? Happy end-of-year to you. Wishing you a very good 2010!
Lovely words and use of images changing state, but still constant. Hope you had a happy Christmas and enjoy the turn of the New Year.
yeah..its been toooo looongg!! we missed you delwyn! hehe..nice post! as always! and nice lovely pictures too! XD
[btw about your comment..in mine]..aww..i see..and im glad about your knowledge about my blogger name..thanks..X
Hi FriendsI am back at the old house doing some cleaning and have access to my computer. I made my last post from the new place with my iphone!I hope to get a new computer set up next week and then I will be able to come and visit you. I am taking little peeks at some of your blogs on my iphone and have missed your cheer and activities.Thanks you for your kind wishes and friendship over my past year of blogging.Happy days
well...one thing for sure, you do exist inside my world. for i am here, reading your words, establishing your existence.yours is indeed lies in the beauty of nature and words...for not many people could make me feel words like you do.happy new year, Delwyn.
Absolutely lovely.Happy New Year to you.Sunny :)
I am not sure if I can say "Amen" to that, but I'll say it anyway. The words are too beautiful to mess them up with other words.Happy New Year, dear hazy moon. May your light continue to shine as brightly (or hazily) as ever.
These words have such an ancient echo of truth about them, such familiarity."Behold" is one of my very favorite words.
Hi Delwyn:Great poem! Thank you for sharing!Happy New Year to YOU!!
Beautiful & breathtaking in its simplicity--both phots & words.So glad I met you in the blogosphere! Peace be with you in 2010!
Happy New Year! Here's wishing you all the best in 2010!
A lovely message to read on New Year's morning. Thank you!!And happiest 2010 to you!
Delwyn, Happy New Year! It's good to hear that you will back on line soon. I enjoyed the photo/poem.
Just dropped in to visit a friend!Have a wonderful year Delwyn!
Kahlil Gibran - now there is someone who is worth reading again and again and again! Happy New Year Delwyn.
I appreciate this juxtaposition of eternal and change by paring the words of the poem with ever changing colors of the same photo. Happy wishes on your move! I was so suprised to read that you had moved from the home you described so lovingly and had lived in for so long. I am sure your new home is thrilling and fresh. I've lived in the same home since I was pregnant with my first child at 21 - almosst 29 years. I constantly feel the disconnect of truly loving the roots and history of every inch of this place, and yearning for a fresh perspective. I'd love to hear about your feelings on your move.
what an inspiring message and images-- hope for the new year.happy new year to you too.
Oh Delwyn that is beautiful and the timing for me right now is even just that much more meaningful.Love Renee xoxoxo
Glad you stopped by! I am trying to do a better job of check9ing on my followers more frequently! Best wishes for 2010!
Delwyn, thank you for your marvelous posts...I always enjoy the time I spend with them.To address Dan Gurney: it has been my understanding that Gibran met Abdu'l-Baha, the son of Baha'u'llah who was Prophet -Founder of the Baha'i Faith, and believed, incorrectly, that he was also a Prophet. Gibran was quite influenced by Baha'i scripture, adapting it in his own writing. You should find "Gleanings from the Writings of Baha'u'llah" or "Prayers and Meditations" by Baha'u'llah in a public library or go to http://bahai.net/ for more information about the Baha'i Faith.
Thanks for stopping by anon. I'll direct dan to your comment. Please join in again. Happy days
Hi, Anon--Thank you for that information about Gibran's contact with Abduh'l Baha. I was not aware of, but am not surprised to learn this; Gibran seems to have been influenced by the mystics of his time.Dan
Beautiful words from a wise man. I love how you paired the words with the flowers in different shades.
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