Sunday, February 11, 2007

Passionate Ground


So if you'll permit, a little advice from someone who has felt passion's sting: if you invite art into the garden, be prepared for a lesson on love. It seems only right that we learn love's lessons here; relationship is so evident in a garden. Above the hum of ecosystems, life webs and companion plantings, the gods whisper: true love, whether romantic or platonic, brotherly, sisterly, for friend or humanity, transcends the physical. It seeks a higher image of the human being. It is not a feeling. It is an infinite, unifying force that speaks of the unity of life and the interconnectedness of all things. So go ahead, invite art into the garden, but go thoughtfully, prayerfully even, and stay firmly rooted in the divine, for you are treading on passionate ground...

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1 comment:

Blublood said...

I always tread lightly on passionate ground....

I have to.