To Everything There is a Season

The Byrds “Turn! Turn! Turn!”

released October 1965

B-side “She Don’t Care About Time”

read more and listen….

http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=246

 

 

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LOVEview… Ruling my Kingdom

King Protea

Notice the spiky petals surrounding the centre giving this King a regal expression with a crown of pink.

Ancestors of the Protea flower grew on the supercontinent known as Gondwanaland some 300 million years ago making them one of the oldest families of flowers on earth.

Greek legend informs us that Protea were named after the shape-shifting son of Poseidon – Proteus.

With its mythological associations to change and transformation, it’s not surprising that in the language of flowers the Protea symbolizes diversity, courage and much like the Lotus inner strength.

Photo: LOVEview… Ruling my Kingdom by heart.S.inkling

Celebrate the royalty of your own Hearts.  In your own Kingdom… Ruling with love, compassion, courage and truth in service to others including yourself.

 

 

because, because…

…because of the wonderful things he does

we hear he is a whiz of a wiz,

if ever a wiz there was

Somewhere over the rainbow
Way up high
There’s a land that I heard of
Once in a lullaby

LOVEview…IOU

Well this flower is my soul
But it’s not half of what I owe
I should give you every rose that I ever grew
But take this one here for a start
And you can keep it in your heart
I have everything I need because of you

Kasey Chambers – The Flower

San Pedro

If you have misplaced an overactive ego

and dispossessed a fighting spirit

then you are probably Cactus !

congratulations

honeysuckle hummingbird

Whispering a beautiful and timeless message

Using a language beyond the spoken word

Honeysuckle sings the sweetest songs of love

Reaching heights attracting hummingbird

Entwined memories lay deep within the heart

Alluring fragrance unlocking the secrets of time

Holding a power to heal misunderstandings

The gift of flowers that became yours and mine

HeartSinkling LOVEview

Honeysuckle – the new will blossom as we learn from the past – adapt and endure

Hummingbird – the sweetest nectar is within

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