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The Angel and the Blade

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My niece, Amelia, is having an operation at Little Rock Children's Hospital tomorrow.  Please keep her in your thoughts...
She found them there, walking beside her, eager to breathe Love into her lungs, kiss her beauty with their winged affection that she might arrive back home when needed.

I see the tears welling up in the spirit’s eyes like a downpour that begins with expectation and ends after everything’s washed away and we stand with jaws drenched in prayer.

She floats in the midst of our yearning, among our breathing, uneasy affections, the prayer of the communal spirit, of Love’s divine union with creation.

I’m not there. I’m miles away, yet I sense her, her fragile fingers moving under the knife as the blade turns its edge into goodness with a smoothness calling for her to return.

(In the flesh she’s not had enough time.)

The spirit’s are gathered with their music, with an army of angels awaiting the call to offer the large Love grown down into their wings.

She found them th…

Lift My Eyes

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(Psychedelic Junction: Shiva Tandava)
Lord Shiva is also known as Nataraj, the Dancing God. This divine art form is performed by Lord Shiva and his divine consort Goddess Parvati. The dance performed by Lord Shiva is known as Tandava. Shiva’s Tandava is a vigorous dance that is the source of the cycle of creation, preservation and dissolution. Tandava depicts his violent nature as the destroyer of the universe.(Read more...)

When my fears collide with my belief I run from the soberly staged images as if my life were a circle my legs ran round on.

I’d relinquish any battle, any god, any idea of ownership if it would bring an end to the god-fouled racket!

The bat knows that its wings brush up against the unexplained, the living spirits we carry like handkerchiefs snuggled in our pouches, unfilled pockets carved of expectation.

The trees have summoned me once more for my instruction, the Old Lady’s going to speak what I must heed, divulge my purpose, that I might see then without blindnes…