find me with teacups in a tree

I am trying to contribute toward this stunning weave of collective tapestry but I’m in awe of the arts and crafts circulating around the world – across all faiths and beliefs. It’s magical. So many true spirited people – telling their own stories in so many ways. So inspiring. It leaves me without any ambition. It’s here in the present moment. All we need is love and to see one another being happy and sharing.

All I want to do is hide away – nest – paint – dabble in words. Bake, dance and hug whole heartedly. I want to breath the spirit of Mother Nature in all her beauty. To look upon valleys and hear nothing but pure water running across stones that once formed the core of our crystal planet. I want to share. I want you eternally by my side. Be with me in this time as one. We are all so precious and perfect. We are all together. Isn’t it just so beautiful.

Kirkstall Abbey by Tiffany Belle Harper Photography

TBH.

12 thoughts on “find me with teacups in a tree

  1. You wrote, “All we need is love.” Your words are powerful and power-filled. Love is the greatest power in the cosmos. It is the glue holding us together, And, when it is all over, we can shout, LOVE WINS. LOVE WINS. Thanks for your post. Ray

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    1. That is right isn’t it. Love is easy and free. We can all love. It is easier to love than hate. I hate no-one. There are people I do not like … but to hate? It is such a horrid word. I tell my sons, a moments anger could cost you a life time of regret. Love prevails and thank you for your writing. It’s fascinating. 🙂

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  2. we all have these feelings and thoughts and some express them like you and others, some hide and feel lost and afraid and criticize the world and their selves and suffer, and are forgotten and feel useless when they are calling out for help and no one listens or wants to understand. I have been there and still am in some ways but i rise and use my strength and energy to Crusade for justice, fairness, understanding and caring for those of us who need support and help. Bob Martin GBS Survivor. share if you care Canadians Need Vaccine Injury Compensation | Impact Ethics.

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  3. That’s a touching rallying call.to all the good things. Hear hear. I hope you do your teacup in the tree.
    I’m a bit down on the internet sometimes but in terms of getting art out there, I guess it’s good for that. The only troubleis when every bugger’s up on stage there’s no one left in the bloody audience!
    (which is why I chain mine to the seats and make them clap at gunpoint)

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