Sufi proverb, Dr Sue Morter, the future, Mother Nature and Abe




# 1 – Love this image and text…..

I searched for God and found only myself.
I searched for myself and found only God.

~ Sufi Proverb


# 2 – Good one from Dr. Sue Morter…..

Question? Problem? Mystery?

Can’t Think of the Answer?

Can’t Figure it Out?

Perhaps that is because sometimes the Mind is the last to know.

The Mind has been the star player for far too long.Hogs the ball.Never asks for help from his own players.Good news, bad news, usually makes the shot.Scores.Wins.

But alas, pressure builds; tensions high from expectations cause undue stress. Must deliver . . . but can’t find the answer.

That’s because it is time for someone else to join in on the A-team. Call someone off the bench. But who?!

Oh, let’s see…could be your heart, could be your gut feeling, could be your old friend Chutzpah (the C is silent–Yiddish for “just go for it!…in so many words).

Because sometimes Life needs to happen from just beyond logic (and by the way again, that’s where YOU come from).

One time I was told that it was completely illogical to Love who I Loved. Today I am so blessed to know Life beyond logic, to know Love. Didn’t ask my head, but I did score. I did Win.


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# 4 – OMG, love this little guy from The Rainforest site; almost looks like he’s made out of turquoise. Mother Nature is amazing!


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# 5 – And some stimulation from Abraham from my inbox on this Easter morning…..

You cannot find someone, even if they deserve it, as your enemy and stay Connected with who you are at the same time, because your Source will not take sides like that. No one can stay connected to Source Energy, and push hard against someone else. There are these battles that are fought in the name of “God”, and all of these prayers that say, “God is on our side,” and we say, god is not on your side, nor is god on the side of those who fight against you. god does not take those sides. — Abraham


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4 Replies to “Sufi proverb, Dr Sue Morter, the future, Mother Nature and Abe”

  1. Hi Zirah :-) Thank you for the inspiration! :-) <3 It is hard to imagine a frog that blue. :-) He is cute. :-) It was a beautiful spring day here. I didn't want to come back inside after I was out with the camera. The whoosh of spring is swirling all through the air with flowers blooming and the grass turning an almost unreal shade of green. The sky was the color of the frog. :-) It has been raining quite a bit since spring officially began. The sunshine last week was all the flowers needed to burst into bloom. I was thinking this morning about how taking photographs is teaching me how to listen to my intuition. I'm kind of getting the idea of how it shows up for me even if I can't put it into words. So now, the trick is to see if I can do this in other areas. It is interesting how different I feel when I am outside with (or without) the camera and when I am inside. This is especially true if I am inside in front of the computer. The outside me is finding her way to sensing what is beyond logic and the mind's stories. The inside me is still surrounded by quite a bit of static. The easy solution would be to stay outside! :-) I hope you have a successful, joy-filled and flower filled week. :-) <3

    1. Sounds like you’ve been having a great time outside. And I bet you’d never find yourself saying the sky was the color of a frog. :-) We’ve got lots of dogwoods, azaleas, and other things blooming here, but am hoping we will get some rain over the next few days to keep things going. Iris will probably be the next “big bloomers” in this area. And a successful, joy- and flower-filled week to you, too!

      1. I was thinking about the frog and the sky after reading your post. :-) The frogs I see are green and brown. I once saw a greenish sky right before a bad storm with tornadoes and the like. This was when I was living in Wisconsin. Green sky means take cover! Thank you for your happy wishes. :-) I am going to try to fit in some extra outdoor time this week. :-)

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