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treasuretheday wrote:Glad you like that, Kiki! Thanks for commenting.
What I Remember
You departed this earthly turf.
of your vibrant heart and
I was one of those you left behind.
Others tell me, but I can't remember,
how you worked so diligently,
toiled over a hot stove, planted gardens,
built things with your own two hands.
They swoon about the beautiful songs you sang,
as you were strumming a guitar.
Even that gorgeous music
became a distant memory.
But, a knowing smile,
the gleam in your eye,
a luminous, lit-from-within
spark, so radiant.
Truly, the intoxicating fragrance of bountiful aliveness not only
lingers, it envelops me.
You were here, really here, on the
That, I remember.
kiki wrote:ET has an exercise where you pretend that you are like a cat watching a mouse hole, waiting for the mouse to appear. Maintain an attitude of alertness that could be put into these words: "What's my next thought going to be?" and then simply watch, waiting to see the mouse poke its nose out. It's a very innocent approach to thoughts' appearance, not an exercise of suppression. Lay aside any belief in what they are saying and simply watch them without judgment.
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