I've posted this link before, but it comes to me again today and I can't resist. I love watching the cat rest on the dog and lick the rat. Peace!
A friend was talking about the importance of an altar or "special place" in the home. She said it is important "to make a space to have a dialogue with the invisible."
A space to have a dialogue with the invisible.
I suppose that space can be within as well as without. It is about making or allowing space-time.
I found myself entranced with an article today on two Stanford students, roommates. One came to college with all his belongings contained in one suitcase. The other came with a flat-screen TV, ergonomic leather chair, computer, etc.
I think it is not to judge which person may be happier or more content, but for each of us to find our way through the distraction of "things," to uncover what is meaningful for us.
May this be a day for that for us all. Peace - space - ease -