LOVEview… Air Supply

I’m lying alone with my head on the phone
Thinking of you till it hurts
I know you hurt too but what else can we do
Tormented and torn apart

I wish I could carry your smile in my heart
For times when my life seems so low
It would make me believe what tomorrow could bring
When today doesn’t really know, doesn’t really know

Air Supply – All Out of Love

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

branch stacking for PEACE

They sampled my fruit and made trophies from my leaves.  Branches are now stripped bare and strategically stacked for the ceremonial bonfire.  As I send out the last twig, with a first-class pigeon named Hope, I honour those before me and offer to light the spark in your bonfire heart.

heartSinkling

 

 

LOVEview on the edge

daisy flower symbolic meaning is “childhood, innocence and purity” so the everlasting daisy would mean holding onto all of these qualities for all your life – forever.

everlastingDAISY

 

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

PHOTO: blog.gardenharvestsupply.com

 

Synchronise Lips

HIGHlighting  the duality of life –

light and dark are arguably equal

everywhere and everything

At the end of the day at the start of the season

everyone and everything we are all here for a reason

Spare a little kiss everyday

For everything and everyone everywhere

together it all makes up the wonderfully whacky whole

Celebrate in the North and warm your soul

Spring for new life and welcome renewal

Celebrate in the South and cool your heels

Autumn a time to release,  let go, and to feel

Balance and harmony

Synchronization

Tap into the Equinox for transformation

H ❤ I

 

Heavenly Protector

 

Light the Fire

In honour of St, Brigid (composed by Liam Lawton, January 1993)

There travels forth from the passages of history
A woman’s voice that is heard across the plains,
That calls once more, for a people of new vision
To heal our wounds and green our Earth again,

She spreads her cloak ‘cross the land and far beyond it,
A shadow cast on a people void of hope.
She speaks of peace and the chains that weigh upon it
And there her light shall glimmer from the oak
And all that binds the people shall be broke.

So light the Fire of God’s desire
Within all hearts, let sorrows end.
So light the Fire of God’s desire
God’s chosen one, Your peace upon us send.

And wells now dry, shall issue forth with plenty
To flow upon the sad and parching earth,
To make a prayer from the hearts now tired and empty,
To call on her to bring about new birth,
To make anew the greening of the Earth.

So light the Fire of God’s desire
Within all hearts, let sorrows end.
So light the Fire of God’s desire
God’s chosen one, Your peace upon us send.

And we today need a prophet of new vision,
To lift the low – the forgotten child to heed,
To be the voice of the wounded and the weary,
To plant anew a fresh and peaceful seed
To dance the dance of God’s own Blessed Bríd.

So light the Fire of God’s desire…

http://brigidine.org.au/

St. Brigid of Kildare

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