42 thoughts on “Haiku ~ 9/2/14

  1. YES, it is the Love Continuum!
    such beautiful words too in the previous comments: “universal love”… “world citizen”…
    there is no separation…
    Thank you β™₯

    1. “Love Continuum”….LOVE IT!!! Dearest…thank you…you always add something to my heart!!! <3 <3 I agree…no separation…we just need the world as a whole to recognize this!!! πŸ™‚

    1. Yes, Val!! <3
      Every day I hear terrible things in the news…I just want to grab everyone by the head….look into their eyes and say, "STOP!" When we hurt others we hurt ourselves. When we love unconditionally we create oneness <3 <3

    1. Hi Brad πŸ™‚ Yes, Yes, Yes!!!! The photo made such an impact on me. I was focusing on the fountain, but when I saw the children holding hands it made me cry…especially with all the horrid news of airstrikes. Much love to you Brad….wishing you a wonderful day!!! <3

    1. Oh thank you, Amy!!! I’m so happy you love it! I was so inspired today by your post…you know I just love your waterfall photos…you truly capture spirit in them!! Cleansing….beautiful. I thought we were in the same kind of mood today!!! <3 <3

  2. Wow, this picture reminds me of the World’s Fair I attended in B.C. Canada. it was back in 1986 I think, I was much younger but I seem to remember a globe of the world like this one! Anyway, we are all “one” in the eyes of God…He is not a respecter of persons (Acts 10:34).

    The True Light

    1. It is a current picture at the site of the World’s Fair which was in New York, circa 1964/65! It is now called Corona Park, in Flushing Meadow, NY and it is the site of USTA National Tennis Center where the US Open is being played right now. I wonder if every World’s Fair site has a similar globe? Thanks for looking πŸ™‚

      1. Good question. The quick answer from Wikipedia seems to be that each World’s Fair does have a globe, called a “Unisphere.” I couldn’t find out much else about it.

        Wow, all of the other info. about the NYWF is interesting to know. You could be one of those “tour guides!” Have a great day, Lorrie.

        The True Light

    1. Om my goodness! !! Are you in Santiago????? I am not a well traveled person…but guess what? I was in Santiago for 36 hours once!! (Long story) and I got to see the U2 (360 Degree Tour) concert!! Truly one of the most amazing things in my life….to be in a stadium surrounded by 80,000 Chileans all singing those songs in English!!! It was a beautiful city!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

      1. That’s awesome! Yes, Chileans are very passionate about music and some of the most amped up crowds I’ve ever seen at concerts have been here. I know many-a-Chilean who don’t know enough english to hold a conversation but can sing every song of their favorite bands in english. Happy you got to visit, I’ve been here for 4.5 yrs and definitely enjoy it πŸ™‚

        1. Yes!! That’s what I mean. I knew that if I tried to have a conversation with them it wasn’t going to work (I got myself in enough trouble with my VERY limited Spanish) yet the whole stadium was singing in English!! Truly connected without words!

          Ah! Enjoy your time there πŸ™‚ (I also had someone try to snatched my purse in a touristy area the next day…I would not have carried a purse but we were going directly to the airport…He didn’t get it…I think he was shocked…I’m only 5’2″ so I probably looked an easy target…but my center of gravity is so low I held on for dear life!!)

          Much love Zachary! !! <3 <3

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