Gone forever, lies that bound you,
Cast away, they fall behind you,
Never more to mute and blind you,
All your longings now have found you,
Never more can sorrow bind you.
Namaste, when I began this blog, last January, I was uncertain over whether or not I would still have a physical nature at the years’ end. (And what a magical year it was.) But here I am, preparing for another year of posting. And in both silence, and in sound, I am very grateful that it is so.
I believe that we are all stronger and wiser than we were a year ago, and therefore each and every one of us is also stronger and wiser we’ve ever been before. And that can’t be a bad insight at the start of a new year, can it. The magical mystery tour that was 2012 has revealed us to each other. Now we know that we are One.
This year I feel that we have finally revealed ourselves to ourselves, while revealing ourselves to each other. Friendship is the amazing and unexpected treasure that we have discovered waiting for us in every neighbourhood. We’ve broken down the walls of time, space, and our limited awareness. Now we know that we all share every heartbeat, and that we are safe to raise our heads, unfold, and become just children of life, simply sharing and blessing the very air that we breathe; at long last.
The frail and the meek stand effortlessly together now. For now our intentions are clear, and our voices are united; and the world is, perforce, listening. Welcome 2013, (Buddhist year 2556.)
The numerology suggests a time for healing, justice, and service to others for the West: whilst the East might look forward to manifesting it’s deserved wealth and abundance, bolstered with a new sense of adventure.
So even the illusionary hours of the great numerological clockwork timepiece that is Lady Maya can reliably promise better dreams to come for all who dance to the beat of their hearts.
May every single one of you good readers have a Blessed and Peaceful New Year.
(And remember what peace there may be in silence.)
See you in the New Year, Amras.
Art “Flight of The Ka” ©Francis Moloney: 2012.