Love Your Mother… Earth — Jane Lurie Photography

“Water is the driving force of all nature.” ~ Leonardo da Vinci We forget that the water cycle and the life cycle are one.” ~ Jacques Cousteau “When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water.” ~ Benjamin Franklin […]

via Love Your Mother… Earth — Jane Lurie Photography

Beautiful

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It is so beautiful
Colours streaming through
My eyes are drawn
To all the rainbows strewn
Across the sky
And along pavements run
By children laughing
In their search of fun
It is so beautiful
A butterfly is born
In this sweet moment
On this perfect morn

From chrysalis derive
The colours of the world
It is the majesty
Of heaven’s love unfurled
It is so beautiful
My heart has come undone
The weeping moon
Has given way to sun
I’m but a child
Before the hues arrayed
It is just love
In beauty here displayed

(c) Helen Valentina 2014, All Rights Reserved

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A Physical Basis for Spirituality

Humbling and Humility

What is ‘Spirituality?’ I think it could be an integrating, conflict resolving function, localized in the Parietal Region of our brains. This is alluded to indirectly in Humbling and Humility…of the poverty of an intellect that has but one perspective, and of the higher value of “peace-making.”

With a multitude of perspectives, broader mental vision, comes natural discord. Here, simplistic win-lose competition cannot be the way to achieve an optimum, for as professor John Nash of Princeton points out, from his insight into game theory, the optimum is not when each individual entity works toward maximal self-benefit, but when they work toward individual and collective self-benefit. I’d bet that nature encoded this into our brains eons before someone (Nash, and perhaps very many others in the past who did not put it mathematically) came to see it. Between many perspectives, and instincts/impulses, therefore, and to include them all in…

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