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calendar 26you have heard the expression ‘pretty as a picture’  this sure appealed to me, when I saw it on our Japanese calendar I took a photo and used it for one of my blogs

That was a while ago, and today if you ask me what it says…. I have no idea… I would have at the time because someone would have translated it for me.

Yesterday, during service, while everyone was taking in the moment, I felt a  ~current of change~ while I still was aware of all that was going on and being said, a part of me-disassociated.  I don’t know how else to describe it.  It was much like revisiting the above picture, knowing it, knowing I liked the sentiment, but what it was escaping saying me.

Usually I would have shared this with members, but for some unknown reason (to me) then, and still now, I fell silent.  That silence stayed with me for over an hour.  I interacted yes, but that niggling feeling remained, disappearing only after I got home.

It  like being connected and being disconnected at the same time.

PL Precept #18  Each moment is a turning point

PL Precept #7  Everything exists in relativity

Another day is before me, bom dia, uma maravilhosa quinta feira to everyone!


the picture was day 26 but of what year?






Comments on: "staying connected" (5)

  1. Sometimes we aren’t here when we are “here.” I’ve experienced that before – a lot lately actually. Can you get this translated to get some closure? May be jot it down? I do that sometimes. Hugs across the miles to you.

  2. Is that an opening of some sort in the shape of a heart?

    • I considered that.. then I thought it was some kind of photoshop.. when someone gets back to me with a translation… and \if I can find out I will let you know..

  3. Yes. I, too have done this ‘here and not here.’ Quite a bit, actually. And probably wise to hold your own counsel in the silence. Most people likely would have no idea what you were describing. Aloha. And thanks to Ivon for the connection to your blog.

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