Thursday, August 6, 2009

Ignite the light

In the darkness of ignorance, comes a light… a spark… a powerful spark… that ignites the light of all the souls.

This is the time of the birth of a new power, the time for transformation, the time for offering one’s own weaknesses and finishing them so that what remains is only that which is new, beautiful and powerful. It is time for bringing light into the time when there is darkness.


Kimmy ~ Creating a path between the present course of events and a new course, leading to new outcomes.

Photo by Rosie Hardy - Watching Stars Without You

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15 comments:

  1. Hi Kimmy,
    This is written beautifully, thanks for reminding me to keep focused on the light, some days it can fade away without us being aware of it.
    Love and Light,
    Janet :)

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  2. Very wonderful post, a short reflection which is philosophical as it is deep, rich in imagery and meaning.

    Your article is though-provoking, and makes me think and ponder about life, realities, and the light for the soul.

    I've bookmarked your site so that I can visit your site again and again.

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  3. Kimmy, very direct and to the point; many gives us words of wisdom while others are locked behind closed doors. Being locked away from much that life has to offer gives reason to continue reinventing ourselves as we journey on into this vast unknown world.

    Best Regards,
    A.J.Johnson
    http://writeandrewrite.blogspot.com

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  4. I want to say that your blog is absolutely gorgeous and uplifting.
    I'm looking forward to reading more. Thank you!

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  5. Hello Kimmy,
    I love your prose. Very uplifting.
    Also, the image is beautiful...

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  6. Beautiful and very powerful as always Kimmy!! you are so very gifted and a blessing to all who happen upon you and your blog!

    Sending wishes for a wonderful week your way!!
    Jackie

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  7. Very nice, causes one to think. Popped in via blogupp, then noticed your EC widget; so took of business with that while here too.

    Sandy
    Please swing by for a visit, welcome mats always out

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  8. Kimmy you are a soft hearted and sympathetic kind of girl your work speaks your personality your work is simply fantastic.

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  9. Very uplifting words:
    ..'In the darkness of ignorance, comes a light…
    a spark… a powerful spark…
    that ignites the light of all the souls...'
    Thanks Kimmy for sharing such a wonderul post.
    God bless.

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  10. Hi Kimmy,
    I finally made it over. I have one satellite down and everything is moving very slow for me.

    I am just popping in to say I hope you have a great weekend and also thank you for your lovely comment about my new make over.

    I love it. It loads so much quicker and I feel renewed. At least I did until the last hour or so.

    I am headed to work a post, Walter is grilling out, we have rain coming tonight and new DVD we want to watch.

    I hope you have a wonderful evening and weekend too!

    Jackie:-)))

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  11. you are one great writer! :) i really love your posts!

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  12. This picture is wonderful. Your words: "offering one’s own weaknesses and finishing them so that what remains is only that which is new" have got me thinking; I know I'll be mulling on these in the back of my mind for the next few days.

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  13. Remembering you have an infinite source of inner power, light and love is a step toward reclaiming it. To consciously choose to dissolve and discard all other thoughts which are themselves lies, is something else.

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  14. Hi,

    About all the Rosie Hardy plagiarism scandal.

    If i were you, i would delete the pictures, because it was prooved that she is a copycat.

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  15. In the darkness of ignorance, comes a light… a spark… a powerful spark… that ignites the light of all the souls.

    Whether of not someone used an idea from someone else to create a picture is not what my blog is about. My blog isn't a photo blog, nor have I found this picture to be even close to any other picture I have found.

    I would be happy to change the picture to unknown, if I knew that Rosie did not create this picture.

    What I have read about her plagiarism scandal was that she claims on some pictures to have been her idea, when other people claim she stole her ideas based on another picture.

    I am not interested in scandal. My purpose is a higher base of knowledge.

    I have seen my poems and written work used on blogs, and other places.

    I am grateful that my work is worthy to be stolen, even if in the eyes of only a few people.

    In the energy it took to even respond to this, I could have raked up some leaves, or cleaned off my kitchen counters.

    Life is too short. If Rosie is not stealing from me or you, why does it matter. If the artists want to sue for plagiarism, then I assume that the matter will be left to the courts.

    Be at peace!

    Kimmy

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