Friday, May 17, 2013

Rain in El Nido

It rains,even in paradise. I love the rain.

Dream come true.

What do you do when a dream comes true? Many moons ago, while sitting on a beach in a remote and far flung island, I made an impossible statement. It was not a dream really. I was fully awake. I spoke to the vastness of the ocean before me. Never thought that it would be heard. Impossible yet possible (now that I get to ponder on it). I was amazed when I realized it that it came true...even without doing anything...the Universe unfolded as it should. I distinctly remember a line and it goes like this (with an inner sense of surrender to the matter at hand): "Not now, in another lifetime, maybe..." and there lies the possibility of it all, now, looking back.

He said

it is important to care for the temple of your body. Even more important is your spirit, which is the light within that temple. A beautiful temple may attract others, but it is the light that will touch hearts. ~God wants you to know Daisy

Nasa puso

"Ang himalà ay nasa puso ng tao, nasa puso nating lahat" -Elsa (Himala, cerca 1982) The miracle is in our hearts. I've heard again the inner prompting to write. Recent events just this week is transforming the lives of many. I voted. Before I was able to vote, back in November a story that will fill a whole episode so suffice it to say that I had to "fight" to regain that right to vote. If you watched the movie Lincoln women during his time cannot vote. Unimaginable for them at that time. Monday, 13th of May, my heart was full of hope that my dear country will get another chance at that possible transformation...that miracle of change. Many may feel contrary and is resigned after knowing the result. I voted with hope and for those that I believe can bring about a concept of change and...possibly a miracle. But then again, the miracle is in our hearts. Anything is possible if we can fuel that change that is needed starting with our everyday lives. A resolution to change that is heartfelt.