Monday, November 8, 2010

Monday Again

"Have you ever noticed a tree standing naked against the sky,
How beautiful it is?
All its branches are outlined, and in its nakedness
There is a poem, there is a song.
Every leaf is gone and it is waiting for the spring.
When the spring comes, it again fills the tree with
The music of many leaves,
Which in due season fall and are blown away.
And this is the way of life."
-   Krishnamurti-  

Good morning.  It's Monday, a cold and windy Monday.  One of those mornings I was glad to have a little extra weight lest I find myself blown away. I've been up since 4:30 am.  Seems I set all the clocks back, but my alarm clock.  How could I forget the most important clock in the house...that and the clock on the old coffee pot, (but, of course, I remembered that one.)  I'm working on topic 2 of the 30 Days of Truth.  Not quite there yet so rather than just post a wordy composite of meaningless nothings, I'll post it tomorrow after I have a chance to work on it.  Meanwhile, hope you all enjoy the above quote and have a wonderful Monday.


  1. ~i have i have...i l♥ve wwatching the maple tree in our neighbors yard...each season that passes brings forth a different way of thinking...good for you for attempting the 30 days of truth...i thought i would try just doing it as a for the whole time has me now up at 2:00 in the morning...gggrrr...wishing you a wonderful day ahead...much l♥ve and light upon you always~

  2. There's always ONE clock that gets forgotten!

  3. Good Morning Mary, you made me laugh about all of the clocks BUT the alarm clock. Wishing you a day of laughter.


  4. Monday's ugh.. I agree... Although I will say that daylights saving time was nice...I did not like when it was not light until almost 8 am...

  5. Good Morning Mary...Since I pretty much don't have to follow a clock any longer the time isn't of much consequence to me unless I have an appt. somewhere but I did get my clocks changed. Hopefully when we reach the New Earth, Paradigm Shift, time will no longer matter to anyone and we will show up where we are called by Spirit.
    I loved your poem reminded me of a phone convo I was having with one of my Spirit Sisters this past week and she remarked the trees look naked...I love that look...whereby we see all the way through the tree, the trees lovely, gnarled Mother Earth's arms there to embrace us! :) I am a tree-hugger and from springs first sprouts to winter's starkness they bring out so many wonderful things to ponder and contemplate.
    I hope you have a fantastic Monday! I hope too your new jacket provided you with the warmth you need now.
    Blessings Dear Friend!

  6. Bundle up in that new coat.
    Same weather conditions here.