To the Glory

May

Just a tribute to the glory of May. The month dedicated to the mother of Jesus. When the cloak of blue adorns the corners of the wooded wilds, and fondly lays a royal carpet at the foot of every standing tree.

The month is almost over, and the bluebells will fade from view; but their beauty is eternal, and there is a blessing in the knowing that they will return again next year. And hopefully, I will return again next month. Until then, remember every day to shut out the raging cacophony as often you can. Truly there is peace to be found in silence.

May tooDo you see yourself, abiding within yourself, in pure solitude? Does nothing now remain to shatter that interior unity, nor anything cling to your authentic self? Are you entirely that sole true light which is not contained by space, not confined to any circumscribed form, not diffused as something without term, but ever immeasurable as something greater than all measure and something more than all quantity?

Plotinus.

 

Photography ©Amanda Moloney.

Author: amras888

Francis Moloney @Amras888 Composer, instrumentalist and Logic 8 software user. Bereavement Counselor retired. A Philosopher now disabled, bedbound but happy. Love my wife, son, and dog.

6 thoughts on “To the Glory”

    1. Thank you Aditi. I think your site is quite amazing already; with its well crafted layouts, and superb visuals. I think the only advice I feel qualified to give you is to just keep doing what you’re doing – and your fingers will be guided by your online experiences. Cheers.

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    1. Hi Aina, great to hear from you. I really hope you are faring well. I’m absolutely fine, and Amanda is well, and keeping very busy. I am having difficulty accessing wordpress since a recent computer update, and it’s frustrating, because I can’t like my fellow bloggers posts. I have also been drawn away from writing for a while, as I’m working on some original music, which I hope to share next year. I have many new pics to share too, so fingers crossed I’ll get something done soon. Take care Aina, your words are very appreciated. A hui hou. (Hope I got that right).

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