*Note: I leave you with this song
John Lester Nash, Jr. (born August 19, 1940) is an American reggae and pop music singer-songwriter, best known in the US for his 1972 hit, “I Can See Clearly Now”. He was also one of the first non-Jamaican singers to record reggae music in Kingston, Jamaica.
Interesting fact he was the first to sign Bob Marley & The Wailing Wailers to an exclusive contract with his label JAD. If you’d like to know how he met Marley I’ve provided a link below
dark dreams encircled~
ominous thoughts void of life~
seek internal peace~
lowered in supplication~
divinity will enlighten
*Note: Each day though there seems no end in sight, do not let this darkness (fear) over take the light (hope). Please watch my musical choice for this verse in it entirety. It is quite beautiful visually.
According to the Encyclopedia of World Religions Sufis believe that: “the human spirit being a direct emanation from the divine Command, is therefore an emanation of God himself, and could find its highest aim only in the obliteration of its illusory selfhood and absorption into the Eternal Reality. I love Rumi’s poetry it has always gave me comfort in moments of sadness or despair. For further understanding I have provided two links.
🤍🙏🏼 🕊/ 🌎 ✌🏻 ❤️
A Comparative Study Of The “perfect Man” In Ibn Arabi And Rumi
The Realm of Imagination According to Jalal al-Din Rumi and Ibn Arabi
darkness speaks loudly
unsettling thoughts occupy
sleep becomes unknown
wakeful eyes watch time tick by
awaiting Beloveds return
*Note: we’ve all been there, when the brain hits overdrive (for a million different reasons) and won’t power down. Sometimes it’s just that the person you’re used to sleeping with isn’t there. In the meantime here is something to listen to till sleep arrives. 🌎✌🏻💙 😴 💤
atmosphere moves shifts~
days thoughts hang as heavy fog~
*Note: The photo was taken today by me, of a mountain trail that runs outside my back door. This song fits the mood. Also I enjoy this cover version
The original is a song written by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young, recorded in 1971 but not released until 2007 on the album Live at Massey Hall 1971.
Today is my one year anniversary writing this blog. I’ve created over 200 posts and have over 100 followers, which I am thankful for, This is to let you know that I’m appreciative for each and everyone of you. I enjoy writing my Poetic Thoughts. However, I’ve come to love and respect my fellow bloggers. Your dedication, creativity and artistry. Some of you are teachers of a healthy life, a positive life and just living life. One is never to old or to young, to live, learn and share.
*Note: for all the bloggers out there.