That’s it, dear Fellow Player!…
(my comment on this text from Pat Cegan on ‘Source of Inspiration’)

Source of Inspiration

We find the meaning of life by
creating it. It is a song waiting
to be sung, a joy to be shared. It
is created by moment-to-moment
living in the knowing that love
must be the Source of all intention.

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Nina
    Apr 09, 2012 @ 01:12:39

    stunning image

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  2. Bhaga
    Apr 09, 2012 @ 07:48:05

    Isn’t it!… And the text by Pat Cegan hits the right note , for me at least, as well.

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  3. Nina
    Apr 09, 2012 @ 12:44:32

    Pat’s poetry is inspirational.

    thank yo for directing me to her site.

    She actually has inspired me to start writing poetry again.

    I really missed poetry

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    • Bhaga
      Apr 09, 2012 @ 13:07:36

      I’m so glad you have taken a liking of her blog too!
      For a long time already I had felt you might get something positive from some of what she writes, but i knew it wouldn’t work if I myself recommended her blog to you. And see: it happened by itself, just naturally, in its own time…
      I’m sure she will also learn from you in some way, just like I do.
      That’s what I find is the nicest thing in blogging: we come to know of each other, and to appreciate each other, and to like each other… without having to become identical to each other.

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  4. Nina
    Apr 09, 2012 @ 14:00:27

    From the limited awareness that I have of Tao/Daoism:

    when the student is ready
    the teacher will come

    and you’re right, it’s better to allow events to unfold organically
    than to try to rush them

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    • Bhaga
      Apr 09, 2012 @ 14:16:03

      We don’t really need anymore to have any ‘-isms’ to cut the total Truth into systems of interpretation that satisfy only our mind; our inner being is happier with simply the inner knowing that we are part of a Wholeness, a Whole, call it Tao/Dao or whatever else, and so quite naturally what Carl Jung called ‘synchronicities’, and ordinary people call ‘coincidences’, do happen all the time, at the right time, because in a Whole everything is interconnected and if not interfered with, tends to work together in the most harmonious way possible… Isn’t it great, that it is so?!?🙂

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  5. Nina
    Apr 09, 2012 @ 14:27:10

    well, i have a confession

    I only know about Tao because, well
    in the 1980s, I was such a Rick Springfield fan

    he was such a cute boy

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  6. Nina
    Apr 09, 2012 @ 14:28:12

    I think that there is truth

    and any philosophy can touch on a part of it

    maybe the meandering maze through them all

    is the truest path for seekers

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