Spring Tribute

Daffodil, Indian Neck, CT

Daffodil, Indian Neck, CT

Spring is finally reaching into New England.  Here in CT, the Daffodils are all opening at last.

Spring Bulbs, Branford, CT

Spring Bulbs, Branford, CT

The tiny, bright flowers of the little bulbs are radiating out their message of hope and renewal, and Tulip Trees are bursting into bloom.

Tulip Tree, Branford, CT

Tulip Tree, Branford, CT

Star Magnolias are in their glory.  As Magnolias are a flower to support the transitions of  life and death, I would like to dedicate these in honor of the fallen…

Star Magnolia, Branford, CT

Star Magnolia, Branford, CT

including those who fell in Boston on Patriot’s Day, and truly in tribute to all those in our Earthly Family who have gone down in the human drama of our evolution out of hatred and violence, and into love and unity awareness.

Magnolia Tree at Branford River, CT

Magnolia Tree at Branford River, CT

Many more than the blossoms on this Magnolia Tree are the number of the fallen in the human family.  Hemingway said it well:  “Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.”  We are all awakening, at various rates, to the knowing that we are all One, and all connected one to another.

Owenego Beach, Branford, CT

Owenego Beach, Branford, CT

Just as individual drops of water are not separate from one another, so are we all joined and linked together.  Take a few moments to feel, and rest in, your connection to all that is….Blessed Be.

In Lak’ech* ~ Denine

(*Mayan greeting:  “In you I see another me, in me another you.”)

– Earth Day is Monday, April 22nd.  I will be holding an “Earth Day Meditation and Water Ceremony” in Branford, CT.  All are welcome; contact Denine if you wish to attend and need directions.  (We will do a Dr. Emoto-style water blessing:  we will place the water at our meditation into the Long Island Sound.)  Free.

 

 

 

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