This Tide of Life

May 3, 2011

It’s been a long 3 months since I last posted on this blog. Not that I’ve been uninspired or too busy to write. It’s more like I’ve been living my life totally in the moment, without any way to compare it to how I’ve lived before, and without seeking to achieve anything – and that has allowed something to settle deeply into me.

I’m in a space of my creating where the landscape waits to be formed from my delight. I see that ecstasy and exhilaration are key – key for this growing force in me that is interested to see what I can do. As I acknowledge this, I feel that it’s time for me to write again, and my fingers nimbly race across the keyboard to send out this latest offering. I read it to Soleira two nights ago and she said that it was the best thing that she had ever heard. Perhaps you might agree … :)

This Tide of Life

What is it – this tide of Life that I experience? This rising tide whose every moment rushes into the next, explodes with ceaseless abandon, that I can no longer discern where one moment ends and another begins … for my life is so filled with IT.

And is IT joy that I feel? Some nameless rapture that says of every passing whisp and tendril of energy that it is glorious and not to be missed. That everything is perfect of itself and so I cannot care about what I wish to share – for you already feel it with me.

It is all truly shared, moment by moment.

Pacific Ocean waves crashing the California shore helped by the Santa Ana winds

Nothing has passed me by that did not want to be seen. I saw it all.

Saw that I had the language to describe the stars in their making; that I made the infinity of their purpose by the act of watching their birth –  a glimmer of light, an eruption of possible futures, and then I saw the experience for what I/IT wanted to share with me, seen by my eyes, recorded through my thoughts, gifted as an experience in the making, over and over again.

This rapturous applause of Life that we made – together, forever.

Image source: 123RF Stock Photos


2 Responses to “This Tide of Life”

  1. Natasha Stallard on May 4th, 2011 10:31 am

    no words ……… just timeless beating hearts and smiles.

    (some words appear here though … the visual is AMAZING and the energy powers through that alongside your beauti-full expression)


  2. Gina-Dianne Harding on May 4th, 2011 11:47 am

    Thank you for sharing your gift of words so I can experience them with all my senses. I too have been feeling the Joy of IT and how perfectly exquisite the description.

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