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in these anecdotal,
sometimes inspiring, sometimes personal meanderings of the Heart's opening in the every-day-ness of Life...

Friday, March 25, 2011

Tell me who "I" am...

“In the secret recesses of the heart
beyond the teachings of this world
calls a still, small voice
singing a song unchanged
from the foundation of the world.

Speak to me in sunsets and in starlight.
Speak to me in the eyes of a child.
You Who call to me from a smile.
My cosmic beloved…

Tell me who I am
And who I always will be.
Help me to remember.”

Joan Borysenko


Self is what you are


Self is the Heart

It shines to ItSelf by ItSelf
in ItSelf…

Self is what gives breath to life…

Only Self is…

Self is the indwelling of all beings

It is always here

And you are always That

It is your Heart

…all comes back to the Heart…


Excerpts from:
The Truth Is



  1. Thank you Dearest Christine...It appears everything is bringing us Home.

  2. Everything, even pain and heartache... :)

  3. "Help me to remember", I love that.

    And what can use words in a more evocative way than poetry?


  4. Thank You! ZDS :) Did you see the Mary Oliver interview?

  5. As a very wise young man once said...there comes a point where you realize it's ALL poetry.

  6. Ahhhh - Beloved Life! - looking and always finding, finding the inescapable Self.

    This is a beautiful post: what an inspired idea to link a question with the answer in two lucid quotes.

    Thank you dear One ~ ml

  7. And thank you Dear ml for your "seeing" of it :) The beautiful interplay of the "cosmic Beloved."

  8. So beautiful....thank you for this today.

  9. "Everything, even pain and heartache..." - Yes.

  10. Beautiful! Leads me on to Thich Nhat Hanh's poem Call Me By My True Name.

  11. Genju ~ I just went on line to read his poem, as I was not familiar with it. Beautiful... "I", of course, is everything...

  12. You might like this one:

    I am not I.
    I am this one
    Walking beside me whom I do not see,
    Whom at times I manage to visit,
    And whom at other times I forget;
    The one who remains silent when I talk,
    The one who forgives, sweet, when I hate,
    The one who takes a walk where I am not,
    The one who will remain standing when I die.

    Juan Ramon Jimenez
    Translated by Robert Sly

  13. I have not seen the Mary Oliver interview. Where will I find it?

  14. ZDS - Sent it to you via email just now :)


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