>On Pruning

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For even as love crowns you so shall he crucify you.

Even as he is for your growth so is he for your pruning.

-Khalil Gibran

It’s been about 6 months since my painstaking pruning -both literally, as you can see from my blooming roses above and, figuratively within the scars left of the excised relationships I write about here.

I’m learning to accept the coming of the seasons by being deeply introspective, aligning myself with nature, her order for things, by being flexible in thought and action, and by practicing acceptance.

Though the protective thorns fill me with awkward reticence, if I am to reap the beauteous rewards of rebirth, it all begins with the pruning.

Peace and rebirth

Comments

  1. Barbara says:

    >I have a deep admiration for you lady. I think that I am haunted by introspection – anxious, fearful, the possibility of being perplexed by revelation. The game is on for me next month. I thank you for your spirit.

  2. Teena in Toronto says:

    >So pretty!

    Happy blogoversary 🙂 It's mine too!

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