Sunday, November 7, 2010

Love rocks!

Love (verb) rocks (pl. noun)

I do love rocks, they are intriguing and beautiful and solid.  Small enough to fit in my hand, they are tactile and somehow comforting.  They hold a subtle vibration, storing the warmth from the sun which transfers through my hand to my heart.  Big enough to sit or climb upon, rocks make me feel so grounded, so connected to the Earth.  I feel as if all of my molecules align with that energy and all is right in the world.  Are rocks alive?  They are made of the same basic building blocks as plants and people, carbon and hydrogen, minerals and salts, etc. and their atoms vibrate in the same way as ours do- who is to say that every single thing in existance does not contain the energy of life?

Love (noun) rocks (verb)

Love is such a powerful force.  It has the capacity to change a life in an instant.  It gives us purpose, happiness, and creates well-being in our minds and bodies.  In love, we feel that all is right in the world.  Out of love, our hearts can feel crushed, dejected, worthless.  Love is everywhere around us, within us, all of the time, whether we are attuned to it or not.  What is that energy that makes sub-atomic particles vibrate?  Could it be love?  Could it be that the Universe pulsates out of it's own delight to experience love in so many different forms?  We can tap into that pulsation, that love, that delight at any time.  We don't have to be dependent on anyone else to provide love for us, because it is always there, ever abundant, all-encompassing.  And that TOTALLY rocks.

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