Comments13/08/2016 #3 Anonymous#1 I believe! Sometimes, I forget, so I go in my bubble, shut down from the world, noise, and other people's opinions for a few days and reflect, and then I believe even more because that's when the things I think and say show up, often in the strangest ways...... I call it magic! Where's my wand (why yes I have one.ha!). Cheers!
- Producer19/07/2016The WolfHalf way of my worry, found an email from you The stars so suddenly were set afire again A fresh wind in the sky gently swept off the rain The colors around me were turned from grey to blue But very soon after this time of...
Comments23/07/2016 #7 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#4 #6 It also applies to me and @Selim Yeniçeri, with him as the poet...as one wounded is given value, investment, unconditional love and time to heal... and to love again. It's just the sweetest thing I've read in a long time, and it resonates with the disabled who are 'resurrected' by love. Such a miracle. Such great love.23/07/2016 #3 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD"I will tell you again you were given to fly...My heart for you to be the wolf we ought to see." This is immaculately loving, heart-warming, and caring. It shows one person's love for a wounded 'other,' and the determination not to accept the resignation to be less than who that person was meant to be. This is about "Believing in Someone" and resonates with "I Believe in YOU." "I won't let you fade." "I won't let you die." "I am here. You aren't alone." Oh, how this brings tears to a wounded soldier's eye. Oh, how I wish there had been someone like that for me. You bring such undying love, such hope for all to see. Guts out, splayed on the table for all to see ~ thank you for sharing the deepest part of the person you are meant to be. For you are the other wolf, and you are strong and gentle, indeed, @Hervé Sabattier. I kiss the skies!