Which is Yes


I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes.
~e.e. cummings


3 thoughts on “Which is Yes

  1. Yes. Each day is a gift. A day to enjoy the Kingdom and a day to hope for the reality of the fullness of that Kingdom to come. Each day when I wake I thank Him for everything that He has given me and for what He has allowed to happen to me — happy, unhappy. Then I exit the bed, put my feet on the floor and thank Him that everything seems to be in fairly good working order. Another day to be graced by Him and to share His love with others as I find them and as It seems appropriate…. I still have not been able to thank Him for the hurts that still haunt….


  2. I went back to look at the pics. I kept looking at the old tree with its gnarled branches that had seen many days in its existence. Amazingly, I saw three “forms”: in the center rear – I saw a brown bear family, father, mother holding her cub. To the left I saw a long-necked bird – a goose maybe? And right in the center, I saw a huge python inching its way up to the top. He’s right smack in the center. This whole thing reminded me about when we were children, llying on the grass on a warm summer day, telling each other what forms we saw in the clouds. I always liked the large billowy ones that sometimes had a face in them.


  3. Alice, that is an old maple tree in our front yard right by the road which gets a major trim from the power company every few years to keep it out of the power lines. It is flourishing on the yard side — not so much on the road side. It would be most happy that you could see so much in its tired old branches.


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