Sunday, July 17, 2011

Midnight on Yellow


Yellow is Clarity and Awareness
Reflected light occurs when an object can not absorb any more energy and these waves bounce off a surface. Vivid images may be captured with smooth surfaces, in acoustics, reflection cause echos used for sonar recognition. The overall nature of the reflection varies according to the texture and structure of the surface.

Maybe this is why we even hear differently. If someone has a damaged past, their heart may be scarred and  they just won't interpret the voice  intention, intercession, reflected anything with the same understanding. Yet there is a language called love, where voice is unnecessary, actions soar out a vital life source of living grace.

Watch your thoughts, for they become words.
  Watch your words, for they become actions.
  Watch your actions, for they become habits.
  Watch your habits, for they become character.
  Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.
”  Tom Krause 



Everything you have absorbed is evident during the dark night. Your thoughts may reveal the facts of your situation but the truth is, the dawn is almost here. 

The story of Job revealed his friends, even his wife, who probably was just tired of taking care of his leprous self, said "just curse God and die".  Good thing he didn't take to heart their realities or else he too would have died a wretched death.  Instead he called out to his Creator and the captivity of his state was reversed; the latter part of Job's life more than the former part.  15 Nowhere in all the land were there found women as beautiful as Job’s daughters, he saw his children and their children to the fourth generation. 17 And so Job died, an old man and full of years" Job 42

Transfiguration is Living by Vision Walter Wink

Don't despise the dark times, this present season is removing the rough edges, your in the Potters Hand and soon the beyond will shine within you.

17 comments:

  1. Great Post!
    Thanks for the encouragement!

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  2. Your last line really speaks to me. Doubly, really. First in the way that I believe you intended (beautiful!) and second in that it reminds me of the one decent poem I've ever written. I was a teenager and my mom had died not long before--I wrote about being a lump of clay, partially shaped and then abandoned by its sculptor, lost and desolate, unfinished and incomplete.

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  3. Wow I feel that that last line was written just for me . I really needed to hear those words so thank you! Beautiful post!

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  4. This post was really awesome!! I also loved that last line and it really speaks to me. Thank you!! Jenn

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  5. WOW i am tearing up here...its just amazing grace..reading all of your comments. and i almost deleted this. When you love someone sOOOo much and they leave...it so throws you into a midnight season.

    My great grandmother was Indian..found this music when writing this..so added it. Wonder if i can find the lyrics..talk about a nation being raped and abandoned. And yet we are sustained : ) love you guys MUAH!

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  6. Interesting approach to the topic. Well done.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  7. This was pure awesomeness! I loved it!

    Kathy
    http://www.thetruckerswife.com/

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  8. ..."soon the beyond will shine within you." ...words of hope. Thanks for this post! (Love your background music)!

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  9. I really enjoyed this. I do believe that we have to be very careful by what we say,do.....

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  10. met with my mom today..it was my great great GRANDFATHER who was Indian! No one knows the tribe tho, somewhere in Canada. Mom said my aunts did some detailed research years ago; (they're in their 90's today)

    @beachlover; Interesting .. my floridian born daughter..married a Canadian!!!!!! So thankful i found this Indian music too!! and still not sure how i did! : )

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  11. Fascinating and insightful post - thanks for sharing.

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  12. You have taken midnight to a new place. A dark place made black by the promise of light to come. Beautifully done, Brenda. Really an uplifting post and we all need that from time to time.

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  13. A really beautiful and touching post. Thank you I love the way you drew me in more deeply with the images and the music. I have been bathed in the light of a wonderful meditation. Wow and Om!

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  14. So beautiful, as always. This post really spoke to me.

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  15. I can see you wrote from your heart.

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  16. A lovely, thought-provoking post.

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