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Wednesday's Words ~ Rumi


 
“Put your thoughts to sleep,
do not let them cast a shadow
over the moon of your heart.
Let go of thinking.”
~ Rumi

Comments

somepinkflowers said…
i try
i do try
i try!!!
clearly i think too much!


{{ my wonky vision
thought
your title said RUM!

i was all
over
that...

♥ }}
somepinkflowers said…
{{ simply Lovely photos,
as always,
BTW }}
Oh Wow! I love this effect! That last one with the shadow over the heart... And such a lovely reminder by Rumi... Even if you can't "let go" of thinking, not to let them cast a shadow is wonderful imagery.
Introverted Art said…
the effect is gorgeous. Not thinking is one of the hardest things for me. I am constantly chatting in my head... not good.
Cat said…
okay
words to live by
the timing amazing for me
thank you Suey!

love and light
Anonymous said…
this needs to be my mantra... :) beautiful images to capture the sentiment. xx

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