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Fragility

Fragile arms reach out 
Cradling the grieving sky with
Heartfelt compassion 



Sometimes, words are not necessary… 
It can be hard to find quite the right words to convey what our soul yearns to say, especially at times of sorrow and loss. When we know that someone is grieving, we want to express our compassion and empathy, but words seem inadequate; how could any amount of words express the depth and intensity of heartfelt emotions? 
At times like this maybe we need to remind ourselves that the language of the soul is ‘love’, rather than words. 
If we open our hearts and allow love and compassion to flow, the love will  flow outwards and meet the soul of the other, offering comfort and support. A gentle touch, an outreached hand, a tender smile, can convey so much more than a few clumsy words. It is enough to simply be with someone; just ‘being’ ‘with’ them, rather than trying to do or say anything, offers the opportunity for souls to meet and unite in love and compassion. So much can be felt, conveyed, heard and understood in silence, without words. Next time you’re struggling to find the right words, remind yourself that perhaps now is the time to be quiet and allow your spirit to speak instead. In silence we say so much…
Take some time out each day to connect with your spirit, and feel the nurturing love flow through you. Let it flow through you and outwards to friends, family, neighbours, colleagues, the local communities, and all around the world, spreading a gentle, healing stream of love and compassion, uniting us all…
Words aren’t always necessary… 

♡ namaste ♡
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