I was sad one day and went for a walk; I sat in a field. A rabbit noticed my condition and came near. It often does not take more than that to help at times – to just be close to creatures who are so full of knowing, so full of love though they don’t – chat, They just gaze with their marvelous understanding. St. John of the Cross
The Philosopher’s Corner
I ran into this poem from Dr. Wayne Dyer’s book Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life – Living the Wisdom of the Tao. It inspired my post today.
It often doesn’t take more than just a beautiful verse to move the soul. I have found, that in a In a way, one word can make all the difference in a mood. Good or bad, it is the intent behind the word that can simply make all the difference.
In today’s poem from St. John of the Cross, words of wisdom are offered. Moods can come and go, but sometimes the answers can be found in the most simple of offerings Mother Nature herself can afford us. Love… It doesn’t have to be some profound act of giving. Instead, it simply has to come from the wisdom behind a silent gaze that is filled with curious understanding of what is and what can become. I hope you enjoyed the poem.
May Prayers and Blessings Find You and Your Family. May you Believe… Achieve… & Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.
Siddhartha: The Psychology of Realizing our Inner Potential
I wrote Siddhartha: The Psychology of Realizing our Inner Potential as a psychoanalysis of the Buddha’s plight to realize his inner potential. It is based upon the novel Siddhartha, written by the Nobel Laureate author Hermann Hesse. In it, I will take you through a storyline about through the 4 seasons of life.
Like Siddhartha, you too will explore the wonder of traveling through the spring of childhood plight, and celebrate the arrival of summer passion common to romantic love’s delight. You will wax and wane through the Fall of middle-age, sit back and reflect upon the the sun’s night-sea’s journey in Winter’s wise-age. I truly hope you enjoy.