Monday, July 26, 2021

Morning Trust Walk

A L O H A From Honolulu!

The wiser you get,

the more you trust

it will all be fine.

Maxime Lagacé







Even miracles 

take a little time. 

     Fairy Godmother














You must train your intuition – 

you must trust the small voice 

inside you which tells you 

exactly what to say, 

what to decide. 

    Ingrid Bergman






You may not know 

where you’re going, 

but you know that so long as 

you spread your wings, 

the winds will carry you. 

     C. JoyBell C.


















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Distrust all in whom

the impulse to punish

is powerful.

Friedrich Nietzsche




For it is in your power

to retire into yourself

whenever you choose.

Marcus Aurelius


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Sunday, July 25, 2021

Picture Yourself On A Beach

A L O H A From Honolulu!


Palm trees were fanned by a 

warm, light breeze, and they 

rolled down their windows 

to smell the sea.

Jude Watson










The dance of the palm trees,

 the oceans calling, 

the first rays of sun 

and heaven is here.

Michael Dolan













Until the old moon 

disappears completely, 

the new moon can not come.

African Proverb



























I'm not alone. 

You're always here, 

in my heart, between 

each breath, folded 

in the lines of my palm.

Nitya Prakash










Build a little fence

of trust around today; 

Fill the space

with loving deeds, 

and therein stay.

Mary Butts

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Cloudia & Pixie

Saturday, July 24, 2021

It's A Way of Walking

 A L O H A From Honolulu!

The good life 

is a process, 

not a state of being. 

It is a direction 

not a destination.

 Carl Rogers












Levitating  Mango

When levitation fails, 

a ladder prevails.

Becky Stark














Heaven's currency 

is friendship.

Richelle E. Goodrich









The relationship that

solves your problems is

the relationship you have

with yourself.

Diane Von Furstenberg







Reality is never 

as bad a nightmare, 

as the mental tortures 

we inflict on ourselves. 

Sammy Davis, Jr.



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Love You - Good Luck,
              Cloudia & Pixie




Friday, July 23, 2021

Happiness Cannot Can

A L O H A From Honolulu!


Lend me your imagination,

reader,

and let me show you

new places, new people,

and fantastic worlds,

in all the myriad colors

of your mind.

Christine Stobbe












An invitation of a 

beautiful street is an 

invitation to walk 

within a dream!

Mehmet Murat ildan








Kigelia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae. The genus consists of only one species, Kigelia africana, which occurs throughout tropical Africa. The so-called sausage tree grows a poisonous fruit that is up to 60 cm (2 feet) long, weighs about 7 kg (15 pounds), and resembles a sausage in a casing.
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Compassion will cure 

more sins than 

condemnation.

Henry Ward  Beecher










Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned,

earned, worn or consumed. - 







- Happiness is the spiritual

experience of living

every minute with love,

grace and gratitude.

Denis Waitley



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Thursday, July 22, 2021

Mutual Friends of the Sun

A L O H A From Honolulu!


Dawn and dusk are 

mutual friends of the sun; 

one opens the door for him 

to a brand new day -









- and the other one has to shut it to embrace the darkness of night. Munia Khan






They were the flash of light 

in a stormy sky, the fleeting 

darkness before dawn. 

Never have they existed before,

nor shall they ever exist again.

Marie Lu



I thanked her for spreading joy!












The moon is alive 

because of the darkness - 

how could we ever be 

afraid of something 

that gives the stars 

a home?

 Laura Chouette
















Take the broken pieces 

of your life, bake a 

master cake out of it. 

 Israelmore Ayivor


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Wednesday, July 21, 2021

How To Care

 A L O H A From Honolulu!

When it is darkest,

we see the stars.

 Ralph Waldo Emerson







There wouldn't be 

a sky full of stars if 

we were all meant to 

wish on the same one.

Frances Clark







If people sat outside 

and looked at the 

stars each night, 

I'll bet they'd live 

a lot differently.

Bill Watterson











The stars are the 

land-marks of 

the universe.

Sir John Frederick William Herschel




















It almost looks like a halo of spikes," he said. "The sun crown isn't just a Christian symbol," Emily said. "In many cultures as far back as ancient Egyptian, and including Roman and Christian, crown of thorns and halo both derive from the tradition that identifies every newly-crowned king with the sun. The halo nimbus represents the rays of the rising sun. It's a sign that its wearer plays the life-giving role of the sun in his subjects' existence. The Greek sun god Apollo was driving his chariot across the heavens wearing the sun crown when Rome was just a huddle of huts.

Kenneth Atchity *







Nimbus?

Shmim-bus!



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Caring Matters,
even if it can drive us
crazy sometimes.

How do YOU care?

Recently I realized
that my caring
was often judgement,
expressed too often
as anger.

But real Caring
is actually
Love, isn't it?

It's not at all about
who to be angry with.

When I despair
over the state of the world
I am really saying:
"This is my responsibility."

Silly when you say it
right out, isn't it!

What is my responsibility?
To love life as a gift,
To love the giver,
to love my neighbor.

What more
CAN
I do?

That's a load off!

All we can do is love them
and vote.

Join The Love Parade.
It's been going on
for quite a long time.


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* Down the Rabbit Hole: 

The headdresses of the Egyptians have great symbolic and emblematic importance, for they represent the auric bodies of the superhuman intelligences, and are used in the same way that the nimbus, halo, and aureole are used in Christian religious art. — Manly Hall