Emily Bronte Onesies
"I lingered round them under that benign sky; watched the moths fluttering among the heath and harebells, listened to the soft wind breathing through the grass and wondered how anyone could ever imagine unquiet slumbers for the sleepers in that quiet earth. " -Emily Bronte, Wuthering Hights
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Focusing on the present moment--instead of holding on to regrets or clinging to hopes for the future--has often been a helpful strategy for me. Emily Dickinson’s poem reminds me of the thoughts that Eckhart Tolle expressed in his bestseller “The Power of Now.” The full poem: Forever — is composed of Nows — 'Tis not a different time — Except for Infiniteness — And Latitude of Home — From this — experienced Here — Remove the Dates — to These — Let Months dissolve in further Months — And Years — exhale in Years — Without Debate — or Pause — Or Celebrated Days — No different Our Years would be From Anno Domini's — Enjoy picture quotes in general? Check out my "Wisdom Quotes Illustrated" series at Amazon. The first volume is permanently free.
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