Thursday 26 May 2011

“As we travel through the imagery of life we eventually arrive at a silent place of being where we stand at the cliffs edge overlooking a wonderfully vast ocean of inquisition. The power and force of rhythmic tides are enchanting enough for life to simply pause still. The warm gentle breeze of questioning takes us to a place of confusion, solitude and often pain. We question our existence, our journey, our choices, our friendships, our actions and reactions, our passions and our faiths. We then more often than not become encroached in fear; we become paralysed when motion is required. If we move deep within ourselves and connect with the rhythm of life’s pulse we can evaluate circumstance from an extremely powerful and productive vantage point. This vantage point then provides the foundations for a freedom cried that release us from the bondage of life’s abstractions”. SS.

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