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Creativity IS a Spiritual Practice

When we see through our hearts, we recognize that every single one of us is infused with creativity. Divine Sparks are embedded in everyone and everything. It's up to us to be courageous, to look and listen deeply, to find the sparks, gather and release them back into the universe, transformed into something new. Join me as we wake up to the sacred-ordinary blessings waiting to greet us each and every day.

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Toward the Sky

Smiling Sally
Skywatch Friday

60 comments:

  1. You remain in my thoughts and prayers. I have spoken to God on your behalf, "Dearest God, Father of us all, You created the heavens, the earth and all therein, zebras....flamingos, the mighty oaks, I know you can restore Laura's health, regenerate her cells - T-cells, all of that. I know you can. Thank you. A-men.

    Post Script: I'll return on her behalf in a few hours.

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  2. Your idea of just posting pictures for a little while is good, because we can interpret what we want form them. To me this means always look UP!

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  3. This is a very good photo!
    Perfect for "Himmelsk"!

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  4. Very good perspective!
    Nice, I like!

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  5. Straight to heaven.
    Nice.
    Have a wonderful evening.

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  6. lovely photo and nice focusing... have a nice day Laura.

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  7. Very good photo.
    And perfect title.

    Warm greetings and best wishes for you dear Laura

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  8. Very beautiful photo for SWF,Laura!Well done!Have a nice weekend!

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  9. Wow, that is gorgeous and what great composition. Nicely done.

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  10. Loved looking right into that tree. Thanks for sharing the beauty!

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  11. Brilliant blue sky and I love how you shot up against the bark.

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  12. I love this beautiful photo, I like the perspective.

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  13. Flott bilde av den bjørke stammen og den flotte blå fargen på himmelen.
    God Helg ønskes deg :)))

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  14. i adore the perspective on this shot and i love the brilliant blue sky!!

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  15. I can picture standing at the bottom of this beauty
    and looking upward.
    Thank you
    Wishing you the best night in a long time :)

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  16. What a gorgeous photo and lovely sky!

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  17. That picture to me says "Wripped by life but still standing". Would go well with my recent post! Thank you dear Laura for knowing just waht to say.

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  18. LOVE this angle...great capture!

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  19. oo nice perspective...


    looking up..

    smiles.

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  20. Love the peeling bark and the light and shadow play!

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  21. Amazing photo! My thoughts are with you--hope you are doing better. Hugs, Mickie :)

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  22. what a different angle!

    And, I love that header shot of yours:)

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  23. Dejligt billede med et flot træ :-)

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  24. Flot himmelsk billede du viser.
    Ønsker dig en god week-end.
    Knus Hanne Bente

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  25. What a beautiful blog! You are a beautiful person. This is a wonderful photo. Well done.

    Greetings from Cottage Country SE Ontario!

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  26. What a wonderful point-of-view and framing. And - so filled with hope!

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  27. Love the texture and the perspective. BTW, I'm happy to have your company in my musings. *smile*

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  28. Beautiful picture, love the angle. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  29. Very cool shot and a great title!

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  30. Great shot, Laura! I love it.
    Greetings and I wish you a nice weekend -
    Elke (Mainzauber)

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  31. Heisann!

    Thanks a lot for the nice comment.
    Wonderful birk in your post ;:OD)

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  32. Nice perspective. Shocking blue sky, gnarly tree. Beautiful.

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  33. My favourite view of a tree!

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  34. Hi there - nice picture - I was photographing some birch trees today!

    Same world - different hemisphere!

    Stewart M - Australia

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  35. Sweet Laura, sister of my sister, and to me. I wanted you to know I'm praying for your healing today. Your heart touched mine this morning, you know.

    ((hugs))

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  36. Sending you hugs and peaceful thoughts. I know from someone very close to me that with MS it is important to know your own body and rest when you need to do so. Take care of yourself, know that we care and are thinking of you.

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  37. That is a lovely shot, Laura! Love the perspective and the blue, blue sky!

    Greetings from Irene

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  38. Oh this made me laugh..I know strange..but I have been in that position before I learned to always take my cell phone with me out to the yard in case I fall and can't get up..one time in the winter, I fell..no phone and I didn't hurt myself, just couldn't get up. I was dressed warmly so I just stayed and starred up at this tree and the sky...it was kind of cool..then hubby came home and noticed me there..I wear an orange ski cap for that reason..It made me smile..thank you..Michelle

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  39. Were you laying in the dirt??? This is amazing- rooted and reaching. xoxo teri

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  40. What a great shot ! A beautiful one:0) Thankyou for visiting my blogg :0) Lovely blogg you have :0) Have a nice evening ! :0)

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