Thought for October

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‘We see that life, composed of this mind and body, is in a state of continual, constant transformation and flux.  There is always the possibility of radical change.  Every moment – not just poetically and figuratively, but literally – every moment we are dying and being reborn, we and all of life.’  Sharon Salzberg

 

Thought for September

F5AFD9B4-45F0-4416-BE72-17D6CBA03E2B‘To begin by always thinking of love as an action rather than a feeling is one way in which anyone using the word in this manner automatically assumes accountability and responsibility.’   Bell Hooks

Thought for July

DF447E08-3125-4416-8F44-1A32AED8DF0F‘Life is not hurrying on to a receding future, nor hankering after an imagined past. It is the turning aside to the lit bush, to a brightness that seemed as transitory as your youth once, but is the eternity that awaits you.’ The Bright Field, R S Thomas

Thought for June

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Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.  Dr. Howard Thurman (1899-1981), theologian and civil rights leader

Thought for May

50502FA5-889F-4EE7-8BF3-B28352FB6954‘Never forget that every mind is shaped by the most ordinary experiences.  To say that something is ordinary is to say that it is of the kind that has made the biggest contribution to the formation of your most basic ideas.’   Paul Valéry.