“One cannot always tell what it is that keeps us shut in, confines us, seems to bury us, but still one feels certain barriers, certain gates, certain walls. is all this imagination, fantasy? ….”

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https://craigsbooks.wordpress.com/2022/01/13/and-as-imagination-bodies-forth-the-forms-of-things-unknown-the-poets-pen/

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Hi Tamara
Thanks for the follow (+ the ‘likes'(s)
Happy blogging/writing and all the best with your blog
“early bird craig

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“It always seems impossible…

Best wishes from the First City to see the light

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Don’t worry about the world ending today
it’s already tomorrow in scenic and tranquil ‘little’ New Zealand

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The Wholistic Hiker

The word Namaste literally means “I bow to you“. The roots come from sanskrit and breaks down as follows: bowing (Namas) + to you (te). It is meant to be a greeting of respect and gratitude as you acknowledge and welcome another person, whether friend, family or stranger. It can also be used as a goodbye or acknowledgement of departure.

A person is not simply saying “hello” or “goodbye” when greeting another with “Namaste”. It is an extension of the Hindu belief that God resides in everyone. Saying “Namaste” means you are respecting the divine in another and “bowing” to the divine in that person.

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By placing your hands together by your heart, and bowing to the other person, you are spiritually connecting your heart chakra to theirs, the divine in your heart to the divine in theirs.

One thing you may be asking: “Is it appropriate…

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