Ever enjoyed silent nights out on the porch or the yard, just you and the stars above…?? Ever stopped your mind from rushing and thinking, and just enjoyed what is…?? We tend to keep busy with all these plans and activities, all this stress and frustration, ideals and work to do, but this is just avoiding ourselves, keeping ourselves distant. And yes, we all have our challenges, pressures, difficulties, and these must be attended and fixed; however, this activity is not creating energy but taking away energy, taking us away from ever finding that silent place within ourselves where true love and happiness live.
And most people is so used to running around and intensely thinking all day that they miss themselves, their attention is always on the world and on their problems and appointments. But is this all there is to life…?? Perhaps, to be one with yourself, recharge yourself, allow yourself to just be, and to let go of mind and all ego, one must stop for a moment and enjoy a moment under the stars or a moment of pure silence where your attention is on you and God’s nature, just being, just feeling yourself and nature without the complications of an unruly and rushing thought…
“The moon talks about us tonight.”
All I ever knew was how you felt, All my deep passions and desires, All my foolish wars and past hurt, All my selfish and worthless blurt. Tonight under the magic of the moon, As I allow myself to stop my thought And feel you without any mental holds, Away my ego as my dear you unfolds. I had searched day and night for you, But my search had been in great vain; For you were not in the world I knew, But you were within me in plain view. And the moon talks about us tonight, She says we are the greatest lovers; Its magical light bathes us in eternity, So we stay ever together in serenity.
I am an author, philosopher, poet, book reviewer, fine-art painter, health expert, lover of life. Through my creative writing I seek inspiration and to inspire others.
I know that all the love and happiness live already inside us, and if we can just silence our minds we might just connect more with our pure hearts.
“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.
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