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finding a HAPPY medium of exchange

LOVE is the preferred currency for happiness

those measuring sticks for success, in a setting where its results that matter, seem recklessly driven by the rational mind.

HAPPINESS comes naturally Here and Now in BEING rather than DOING.

LOVEview from heart.S.inkling

 

 

 

 

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this is the dawning…

…a wave for shifting

crossfire of desire

too many we find

send messages of want and need

instead of being grateful for what they have

being lined up to deliver

shooting strings in all directions

led blindly across, back and forth

just to fulfil another persons  wish

not realising your role

being part of someone else’s  show

until you step back and observe

become the audience to watch

until you take your own power

and stand in it

you will find yourself being continually led

up the garden path

in a crossfire of other peoples desires

LOVEview from heartSinkling

LOVEview…. GOOD Shepherd

The peak in view is called Manjal Dimbi by the Kuku Yalanji.  Roughly translated the words mean mountain holding back. According to the Aboriginal dreamtime stories, the large humanoid rock represents Kubirri, who came to the aid of the Kuku Yalanji when they were persecuted by the evil spirit  Worrumbu.  Kubirri holds back the evil spirit, who is now confined to The Bluff above Mossman River, Manjal Dimbi has been anglicised to “Mt. Demi” and Kubirri is known as the “Good Shepherd”.

My pics from Mossman Gorge. Far North Queensland Australia

 

 

LOVEview – Common Ground …continued

continued…

 

Hey, don’t be so pushy !  you are getting too close…

…I thought that was part of my role here

How do you like it when I push back?

…theres no need to be forceful!

I’m sure we can work this out, find some common ground…

…you say goodbye and I say hello

Got to keep those loving good vibrations…

…Love is good, love can be strong

we gotta get right back to where we started from

LOVEview from heart.S.inkling

 

LOVEview…Common Ground

murky waters… Am I supposed to be on the LEFT or the RIGHT ?

there seems to be an unsettling pattern underneath you!

You look different in this light…

Perhaps when the clouds disappear you would care to dance under the sun together?

Taking the lead seems to come naturally for me…

…You are an exceptional dancer but I noticed your shadow has expanded

We seem to have created a wonderful pattern, you me and my shadow…

…it feels good now that we have found a level playing field

Perhaps when the timing is right our shadows will meet in the middle…

…and eclipse those fears we hold on to so tightly?

No getting over you, I’m in way too deep…

…Shall we try a different way and see which patterns emerge for us?

Stop ! you are making me dizzy when you come around and spin my top…

…you keep exposing my shadow

OK, is this better? Lets start again with me on the other side…

…we can experience both sides now

(to be continued)

 

 

 

LOVEview flight plans

Never smile at a crocodile
No, you can’t get friendly with a crocodile
Don’t be taken in by his welcome grin
He’s imagining how well you’d fit within his skin
Never smile at a crocodile
Never tip your hat and stop to talk awhile
Never run, walk away, say good-night, not good-day
Clear the aisle but never smile at Mister Crocodile
You may very well be well bred
Lots ot etiquette in your head
But there’s always some special case, time or place
To forget etiquette
For instance:
Never smile at a crocodile
No, you can’t get friendly with a crocodile
Don’t be taken in by his welcome grin
He’s imagining how well you’d fit within his skin
Never smile at a crocodile
Never dip your hat and stop to talk awhile
Never run, walk away, say good-night, not good-day
Clear the aisle but never smile at Mister Crocodile.

Never Smile at a Crocodile is a song with music by Frank Churchill and lyrics by Jack Lawrence.