Tagged with deep south poetry

Finding our way home

“Breathing in, I see all my ancestors in me: my mineral ancestors, plant ancestors, mammal ancestors, and human ancestors. My ancestors are always present, alive in every cell of my body, and I play a part in their immortality.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh, The Art of Living Finding our way home I am German. I … Continue reading

Roots

“All things must come to its roots from where it is planted.” ~ Saint Teresa of Avila “Maybe you are searching among the branches for what only appears in the roots.”  ~ Rumi go to the roots — to the roots where moonlight lives, where ancestors breathe into the dark side of trees. go to … Continue reading