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Spiritual Sunday #5 ~ Hungry

"a fish is soon satiated with his water,
 he who lacks his daily bread
 for him the day is very long"
~ Rumi

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rebecca said…
i love that you are speaking of hunger while i am thinking of thirst...
we are both reflecting on spiritual sustenance, of light, and birds.

i love you sue and wish we could meet in the middle...what lies mid way?
Leslie said…
yes, there is definitely a theme here... such a creative image to illustrate the rumi quote...
Lovely creation and wonderful haiku ~ perhaps it is the season of thirst and hunger for the 'newness' ~ thanks, namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)
Stephanie said…
Love these Rumi words...

Lenora said…
birds within are wonderful - love Rumi too
smiles, Sharon said…
Such simple words, but such deep thoughts. Your image is wonderful, I lingered long looking at it.
warmly: sharon
How easy it is to take bread for granted!

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