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 *




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
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.

Love Y O U - Good Luck,

Cloudia & Pixie

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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