Sunday, November 1, 2009

Silent Sermon Sunday


The wheel turns, the new year begins.
Take what is meaningful forward with you.
Leave the rest for the winds to blow away.
Remember those who have left this world.
Cherish those who have taught you much.
Celebrate the harvest and the love that supports you.
Settle in now for a winter of deep rest.
And ponder what learning, love & joy you harvested.
Be glad and hopeful.
Bright Blessings of Samhain!



Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly

10 comments:

Matty said...

I like all of this wisdom, especially the part about deep rest.

Sarah said...

Blessing to you hon!! Happy New year!! Beautiful words from someone I adore!! You of course!! Love, Sarah

Joanna Jenkins said...

What a gorgeous picture! And your words match perfectly.

I'm especially looking forward to a winter's rest :-)

Love you,
xo

Tabitha@ichoosebliss said...

Beautiful words Holly!

Sara said...

Bright blessings for you too Holly. These words shall be taken to heart. Seems my little group of neighbours and I all are preparing for a long winters rest today. Mostly preparing our gardens... but also ourselves. xx

peppylady (Dora) said...

The wheel turn as it goes about. I'm glad that most things from days gone by been bright and looking forward to more blessing.

Coffee is on.

Ribbon said...

Hi beautiful Holly...
I hope that all is well in your corner of the world as I haven't seen you out and about for a wee while.
I sincerely hope that this means that you are occupied with things that make the heart sing.

big love to you
Ribbon

Karen D said...

Happy New Year, may it be so!

Kyddryn said...

I hope yours was lovely, Mizz Holly. Blessed be!

Shade and Sweetwater,
K

Hybrid J said...

Thank you for the sermon ... the wheel turns ... this resonates very much to my present "struggle" in my creative life. What a great sign!

And don't worry if you're feeling off and have not comment on anyone's blogs. There is time for action and there is time for non-action.

Take care! :)

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