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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Grace...



"There is a secret medicine
given only to those who
hurt so hard
they can’t hope…

Give up to Grace.
The Ocean takes care
of each wave
till it gets to shore…"

Rumi


May Love and Grace
hold us all
in the cradle of
the Heart…


Also see this beautiful post Light in the Darkness
by fellow blogger Uma at
Secret Notebooks and Wild Pages


Posted in remembrance of the Sandy Hook School massacre...



13 comments:

  1. Christine, I was just looking for a suitable Rumi poem (they say today is his birthday!) for this time - but this one you've found is perfect! Thank you for the link to my blog.

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    1. You are most welcome dear friend! Your post was most perfect for this experience...

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  2. Thank you. It is so important to hold the presence of love now. I hope that I'm around long enough to see it through to less difficult times. Peace to you and the earth at this Soltice. Andrea

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    1. And thank you Andrea for your loving words! Yes, may we all hold the space of Love in our hearts.

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  3. beautiful poem from Rumi. thank you.

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    1. It seemed appropriate under the circumstances...

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  4. Loved Rumi's words,
    loved Uma's words,
    loved yours too! x

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    1. PS - And thank you for your wonderful poem tribute as well!

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  5. This was some tender-heart-care to see today... I've been in tears much of the weekend, trying to hold peace in my heart after the terrible tragedy in CT this past Friday. Thank you, Christine... and Uma ((HUGS))

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    1. Yes, us too, tears flow freely at times, feeling numb at other times, and trying to hold peace in the heart and hold the space of love for all those that have been deeply traumatized by this event... At a loss for words as well...

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