Wednesday, August 17, 2011

... tread lightly ...





"St. Francis tended to see the world as a place as light as a flower.
Resting within his own boundaries,
he did not want to weigh more
than a nectar-seeking bee."

~Gabriela Mistral






14 comments:

  1. I try to tread lightly, live a conscious life.

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  2. HI BONNIE - the simple beauty of your picture atop such delicate yet profound words are so wonderful and true. I try to be a gentle presence, true and light - easier said than done some times but I know how good it feels when the energy is light and true. I love this post.
    Love Gail
    peace......

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  3. Hi Bonnie - I am not sure if my comment went through. I mentioned how wonderful your picture and words are . I spoke of knowing the importance of a light and true presence and how good folks feel when our presence is such. I loved this post.
    Love Gail
    peace.....

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  4. Both are wonderful and amazing. Your texture work is great !
    Have a nice day, Bonnie !

    Best regards
    Synnöve

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  5. i think there is nice wisdom in that quote...tread light for sure...love the word texture on that first pic...

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  6. the original photo lovely
    the textured image stunning
    the words
    gave me chills

    we all need the reminder to tread as lightly as possible. always.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  7. Amazing transformation, and as always so very, very beautiful Bonnie!

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  8. A simple bloom but lovely nonetheless.

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  9. It looked like the flower birth itself from a painting. Very lovely.

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  10. I always want to inhale, breathe deep, just soak in the images and words you create for us. Beautiful, and wise and poignant all at once.

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  11. A fine quote and a truly lovely piece of art.

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