Flowers

Cyme Freesia

 

 

We are but flowers

Blooming, praying, withering

Jesus: Faithful Cyme

 

12 comments

  1. So, so beautiful, Susan ❤

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    1. So glad you came to visit, Lorrie.

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  2. So much expressed in those few words! Beautiful 🙂

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    1. 🙂 Beauty is always in the eye of the beholder.

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  3. Here for a time. I pray we bring great joy and peace to many. Susan thank you for this reminder.

    Lifting you up

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    1. Thank you, Tom. And may our time here reflect His love.
      Bless you, too, my brother.

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  4. Beautiful Susan. I had to look up “cyme” and it is a perfect metaphor. Very beautiful. concise, elegant. As if Jesus broke the ground, cut the path and we follow only because He went before, and in the process we emulate Him, whether we choose to or not. Awesome Susan, Thank You. Oh, by the way, I personally think that all of our physical existence is a metaphor for God. For instance, the greatest emotion which drives our existence is Love which Socrates defined as “the desire to be one with” and the greatest force that created our physical world is Gravity and it is defined as “all mass attracts”, precisely the same central concept as Love – to be one with. Which of course is the same as the definition of God – “He who is One”. 😀

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    1. Absolutely agree with you, Paul.And I really like the way you’ve articulated it here. “As if Jesus broke the ground.” He did, and we become His fruit as we choose to follow.

      Thanks so much for adding your comment. 🙂

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