Rest-A-Shore

[({…Radiate…})]

Everything you send out there is speeding up on it’s return

~~~Saturate~~~

Tip your love into dry spaces and show your brother some concern

H ❤  I

heartSinkling

REST-A-SHORE

im just not sure anymore…

i said i love you

and that has not changed

im just not sure

if i can love all of you

all of the time

it’s easy to love those parts of you

that match the best parts of me

that may sound rather conditional

but that’s just how it came to be

we all have our vices and choices

no one can tell you they are wrong

some of us play a different tune

but like to sing the same song

heartSinkling H ❤ I

 

 

ROSE will EXPOSE

Rose
“I will balance you in my beauty.”
September 23 – October 22
The rose zodiac flower sign exposes the truth in all things. If you have this flower sign you have a unique ability to see the hidden meanings in things and expose the underlying evidence for what it is. You have an eye for classic beauty, and you love to surround yourself with beautiful things too. You are attracted to philosophy, poetry and art. Because you see the beauty and truth in all things, you do not tolerate injustice or cruelty. You are most happy when you are with friends and family – taking a walk and enjoying nature. See Libra. Also see rose symbolic meanings here.

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LOVEview… on the wings of an eagle

Receptivity and creativity are two wings of the bird. This flight towards the unknown can be completed only with both wings. With one wing the bird is not going to go anywhere. And remember, creativity is not more valuable than receptivity – they are equal, they are utterly equal. No wing, right or left, is greater than the other; cannot be. They are equal. They are not similar but they are equal.

REASON FOR HAPPINESS  The feminine principle is receptive and the masculine principle is creative, and both can only go together. Separate, they both suffer…….

OSHO quotes on receptivity  read more here….

http://reasonforhappiness.blogspot.com.au/2010/12/osho-quotes-on-receptivity.html

Russell Morris – Wings of an Eagle

can you see me…?