Death – Letting Go

(This is a poem that was written on the back of the Order of Service)

“Into the freedom of wind and sunshine

          We let you go,

Into the dance of the stars and the planets

          We let you go,

Into the wind’s breath and the hands of the star-maker

          We let you go.”


What is this photo saying?

What question, questions does it evoke, stir up within?

What does it tell you about YOU;

about YOUR relationship to the universe;

about time and the quality of how you are using it;

about this very moment – only here once, never to return;

about ultimate meaning;

about why are YOU here  now, this moment?

Be Still – – – and Know

NOTE:  If you wish to ponder and reflect on many wonderful garden, nature, flower photos,  check out any one of the many archive postings for the private gardens:  Gardens at Waters East.  Just click the web address.

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.  Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.


One Comment on “Death – Letting Go”

  1. This is so beautiful.. it’s very evocative and conjures up really lovely images about death..

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