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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Unfolding

My husband and I were talking this morning about the whole process of doing blogs and websites – something that is new to us, especially me. And what came to me was the thought that I was really just unfolding myself out to the world – through the web site and blog; just opening out to the world, like a flower that opens its petals and never knows once it has blossomed who’s going to come along and pick it, or where it will end up – whether at a funeral, or a wedding, or a birthday party, an anniversary, or a lover’s arms. We just never know. All we can do is unfold our petals, picture by picture if we’re an artist, word by word if we’re a writer, note by note if we're a musician, poem by poem, photo by photo, or whatever our offering is. We unfold our particular vibration of Being out into the world and wait for the resonance to occur. Like little tuning forks we wait for someone to hear our vibration and respond - happy to be playing our tune, our note in the chord of Life, waiting for the symphony to begin. We just unfold ourselves out there and offer what we have to offer, and maybe the wind picks up our pollen and carries it to unknown places that need to hear our particular song…

Can you hear it in the wind - that little vibration that touches your heart….? Maybe you have a tune to offer…

The music is playing. We’re all unfolding…

Heart Smiles – MeANderi
http://www.ASerenitySanctuary.com/

2 comments:

  1. I think it is the supreme act of bravery, this offering, this willingness to put yourself out there with honesty and integrity. It speaks of faith and optimism and hospitality.

    It is like a little offering placed in the wind and as you say you never know where it will end up. It ripples out into the world in so many unseen ways you can never know. It is a genuine act of generosity. And a bow to you, for that!

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  2. I am humbled... Thank you... Reading your offerings in your blogs since Feb. has in many ways given me the courage to do this. Will have to admit it is scary! The heart wants to hide. A part of me goes - WHAT are you doing! But here I am - blossoming for all to see - eeekkkk.

    Heart bows to you as well...

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