Archive for December, 2010

Quote of the Day – December 31, 2010

“In life, many thoughts are born in the course of a moment, an hour, a day. Some are dreams, some visions. Often, we are unable to distinguish between them. To some, they are the same; however, not all dreams are visions. Much energy is lost in fanciful dreams that never bear fruit. But visions are messages from the Great Spirit, each for a different purpose in life. Consequently, one person’s vision may not be that of another. To have a vision, one must be prepared to receive it, and when it comes, to accept it. Thus when these inner urges become reality, only then can visions be fulfilled. The spiritual side of life knows everyone’s heart and who to trust. How could a vision ever be given to someone to harbor if that person could not be trusted to carry it out. The message is simple: commitment precedes vision.”

–High Eagle

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…and  I Went into a Dream by G A Rosenberg

Quote of the Day – December 29 2010

“Dancers are the athletes of God”

–Albert Einstein

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Holy Dancer by G A Rosenberg

A Christmas Card

As I walked in the forest, I gazed at  impossibilities made real by my perception…

— G A Rosenberg

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Christmas Night by G A Rosenberg

Quote of the Day – December 24 2010

“Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly,
A girl with kaleidoscope eyes.”

–John Lennon / Paul Mccartney

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Jazzy in the Sky With Diamonds by G A Rosenberg

Video of the Day – Dec w23 2010

Quote of the Day — December 22 2010

“Between two worlds life hovers like a star, twixt night and morn, upon the horizon’s verge. “

–Lord Byron

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Sky Watching by G A Rosenberg

Quote of the Day – December 20 2010

“I have never been in a natural place and felt that it was a waste of time. I never have. And it’s a relief. If I’m walking around a desert or whatever, every second is worthwhile.”

–Viggo Mortensen

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Crossing the Spectral Desert by G A Rosenberg