19 thoughts on “Chaiku: Zen Moments

  1. I love this piece, but could not comment yesterday. Being in the moment, and open to its possibilities is a great way to live, and if I could I would re-blog and share this so that many people could find joy in this gem. Well done, a great crafts-person. 🙂

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      1. Pleasure, thanks for the kind words, spellcheck did not like Yay (though I do not know any other spelling of it) but I think it was a cool word to use! Hope you have a truly awesome week, and I’ll sneak a few vissits to you in cyberspace, best wishes and blessings, Charles.

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  2. gaileeann2016

    Dear MWM – ah yes, the past. In some ways I do make a shrine of parts of my past as they are the life’s events I survived and that made me who I am today – no longer do they have power over me but rather serve to empower me to fully be present in this moment, all the moments of the now –
    Love Gail
    peace…..

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    1. I think we all have those shrines and struggle with them. All of our life experiences are integral to who we are in the here and now, in mind, body and spirit. I hope you are doing well, dear Gail. Please let me know how things are going. Thank you for being here with me and creating this connective moment. With Love, MW ❤️

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      1. It’s all in perception. My sister continues to focus on how abused we were. I focus on how strong I became from it and how much I learned because of it. I have lived with no regrets, she lives with bitter memories. Guess which one of us is happier with life? 🙂

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