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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Celebrate The Trees







Worlds in worlds I see
Growing on backs and shoulders
Earth’s heart beats through these

Interdependent
Expressions of the Divine
Celebrate the trees

Without their presence
Our survival could not be
Life breathes life to life

Chag Sameach


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17 comments:

  1. Beautiful Laura. Beauty being birthed, everyday

    K

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  2. I'm glad that trees have their own special day!

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  3. This is wonderful, Laura, and I loved reading about the holy day. "On Tu Bishvat we must renew personal growth, just as the trees on Tu Bishvat begin to draw moisture from the earth." So true for us and for all of life. Time for renewal is neglected. In my own life, I have been longing for renewal and had hoped to have an intense period of that with a Feb. trip to Fl, which has now fallen through. Perhaps March. In the meantime, I am continuing to find ways and to set aside periods of time for renewal. This morning's full moon over the water felt like a symbol of renewal too...

    Truly, so much of what you share here deeply resonates with my heart and inner knowing. I treasure each post (even if I don't comment, I read each one). xo

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  4. Simply beautiful and there for all who would see.

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  5. I never celebrated trees with such beautiful images before. I thank them for my breath.

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  6. A perfect write for Tu Bishvat! Gorgeous pics too!

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  7. SO beautiful, words and photos. Lovely.

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  8. lovely to celebrate the trees. you get up close and personal and they are rich, detailed photos as a result.

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  9. Chag Sameach
    Happy Tu B’Shvat to you!

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  10. You always do an amazing job of showing just how much of a work of art the world around us is :o)

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  11. Tremendous tree beauty.

    Thank you for sharing.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  12. Oh look at Nature's beautifil colors & shapes, stunning.

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  13. I feel your words down to my soul ... I experience your pictures ... I love what you bring into my life, dear Laura!

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  14. Oh such beautiful textures. The wonder of trees.

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