Clouds by Flower Gaze

My beloved Aunt Kathy recently transitioned from the planet earth and this one is dedicated to her and to everyone on the beautiful yet difficult journey of healing and self realizing. Let us continue to honor our sacred spaces and see life as our greatest teacher.

With love,
Flower Gaze

Cloud by Thich Naht Hanh:
“If you ask the cloud, “How old are you? Can you give me your date of birth?” you can listen deeply and you may hear a reply. You can imagine the cloud being born. Before being born it was the water on the ocean’s surface. Or it was in the river and then it became vapor. It was also the sun because the sun makes the vapor. The wind is there too, helping the water to become a cloud. The cloud does not come from nothing; there has been only a change in form. It is not a birth of something out of nothing.

Sooner or later, the cloud will change into rain or snow or ice. If you look deeply into the rain, you can see the cloud. The cloud is not lost; it is transformed into rain, and the rain is transformed into grass and the grass into cows and then to milk and then into the ice cream you eat. Today if you eat an ice cream, give yourself time to look at the ice cream and say: “Hello, cloud! I recognize you.”
― Thich Nhat Hanh, No Death, No Fear

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