a moment of wonder:

... being a tiny tile in the great mosaic of life ...

I follow the Religion of Love:
Wherever way Love's camels take,
That is my religion and faith.
Ibn 'Arabi
(*) Photo Courtesy of Ian and Wendy Sewell

thanksgiving day

a day of 



...“Him who has no name, but who appears by any name you call Him.”

Quote from “The Bond with the Beloved,” by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, PhD.

and to EARTH, His creation

(*)“The Hand of God;” from St. Climent de Taüll in Catalonia Church; Photo Courtesy of Dbachmann

(*) “Earth;” Photo Courtesy of Heinkenwaelder

About the meaning of the 
Golden Thread

“Spiritual life is a response to a call…Someone calls to us, calls to us from within the depths of our heart, awakening our own deepest longing. This call is like a golden thread * that we follow, guiding us deeper and deeper within, always pointing to the beyond. It is both intimate and elusive as it does not belong to the mind but to the deepest core of our being.”

From: Catching the Thread: Sufism, Dreamwork, and Jungian Psychology
by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee.

* underlining added for emphasis.

(**) “Labyrinth” on the portico of the cathedral of San Martino at Lucca, Tuscany, Italy; Photo Courtesy of Beatrice