Grateful Living

Vor ein paar Tagen, als mir das Lesen in Telegram wieder mal zu viel wurde (das kann mich ganz schön runterziehen, wenn ich mich zu viel mit den brisanten Themen beschäftige) hab ich dann also einige Kanäle gelöscht und sodann die Muße gehabt, spontanen Impulsen nachzugehen! Da hab ich begonnen, in meinem Ordner „Grateful living“ zu stöbern – das ist eine Sammlung von Zitaten (von grateful living.org, einer Internetseite von Bruder David Steindl-Rast) die mich berührt haben; nun hab ich ein paar herausgenommen, die mich grad jetzt besonders angesprochen haben.

Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are. Let me learn from you, love you, savor you, bless you before you depart. Let me not pass you by in quest of some rare and perfect tomorrow.“ by Mary Jean Irion

„In each of us there is a spark that can reverse the trends of violence and depression spiraling within us and in the world around us. By setting in motion the spiral of gratefulness we begin the journey towards peace and joy.“

„Perhaps the most radical act of resistance in the face of adversitiy is to live joyfully.“ by Ari Honorvar

„I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of it´s own unfolding.“ by John O´Donohue

WOHIN GEHT DAS LICHT, WENN ES AUSGEHT?

„The times are urgent; let us slow down.“ African saying

„You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep spring from coming.“ by Pablo Neruda

„There are moments, when I feel like giving up or giving in but I soon rally and do my „duty“ as I see it: to keep the spark of life inside me ablaze.“ by Etty Hillesum

„Extend the circle of „us“ to include as much of the world as you possibly can.“ by Rick Hanson

„You are the sky. Everything else is just the weather.“ by Pema Chödrön

„Listen to your heart and trust the direction you are being pulled. Something inside you already knows what to do.“ by Spring Washam

„I dwell in possibility!“ by Emily Dickinson

Astrofotografie La Palma

„At the height of laughter the Universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities.“ by Jean Houston