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I bow in the presence of such a beautiful homage written with pure love.

Olpul

Reblogged from forestbather:

 

 

 

More noble than us.

 

More fair, and secure, too.

 

And fitter.

 

The Maasai warrior, from the Mara, the Maasai Mara.

 

Living and walking, hunting and herding in Kenya and Tanzania.

 

A tribe of bravery, honor, prowess, with deep convictions based around moral and ethical codes.

 

Such as Olpul, forest cleansing, even spa, where tribe members spend days, and nights; in the forest, members rather than member because the social aspect is also important.

 

A gathering and exploration in the forest where special soups with different herbs are made, and storytelling sessions are held.

 

The healing is spiritual, physical, psychological, psychic, and beautiful.

 

even the birds

understand the olpul

the forest gives

 

 

 

 

The Full Moon

Reblogged from forestbather:

 

full moon

the only thing my love and I

share

and not even at the same time

the futile excuse of loneliness

 

 

In two days we have one of the biggest full moons since ages. The moon will be 220,000 kiometres or miles closer to earth, and therefore 14% bigger. It will probably be raining, but some of you will feel that pull, you'll feel the pull, and maybe kill yourselves, to become part of the heightened statistics around that time.

 

If you do you won't know if I did.

 

And that bit of dark humour is called full moon fun.

Source: http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.com

Māra - Latvian Goddess (a Troiku)

Reblogged from cheryllynnlifeskillsed:

goddess of the earth

do you let winter snows fall

to calm the volcano?

goddess of the earth

your curls tantalise me

when I am in the woods

 

do you let winter snows fall

to shower me with innocence

among your trees

 

to calm the volcano

your soft snowflake on my tongue

when the lava flows?

 

 

 

Source: http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.fi

Māra - Latvian Goddess (a Troiku)

Reblogged from forestbather:

goddess of the earth

do you let winter snows fall

to calm the volcano?

goddess of the earth

your curls tantalise me

when I am in the woods

 

do you let winter snows fall

to shower me with innocence

among your trees

 

to calm the volcano

your soft snowflake on my tongue

when the lava flows?

 

 

 

Source: http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.fi