|Four early morning faces with character|
|looking out for a friend?|
Have you read your children or your grandchildren Jacquie and Jeremy Sinclair’s book called
|persuaded to give a shy smile!|
|A bit coy, needing persuading perhaps|
FACES- FACES- FACES? If you have you will see what I see and it will help your children and grandchildren see the same thing too. My early morning swim today at the Shingle beach reminded me of it. Their book shows through words and pictures that everything has a face if you look out for it and of course when you see the face, you detect something else about each thing. Well I think these stones are on their way to being people; maybe they were once people who needed to learn something to become people again so their souls dropped into the ocean like stones and gradually over time, they have remembered who they are, remembered that they were once people with jobs and families and difficulties which made them tricky perhaps. The years in the sea which has churned them and their memories round have meant that they are coming back towards being human and perhaps if a child recognises that and gives the stone a bit of affection, that soul will be cheered onwards to being a good kind probably seafaring person.
|Whoops, a bit unsure|
|Sorry I know I don’t look great but take me home please.|
If you are going to a Shingle beach where the tide turns the stones over each day perhaps you will find a stone looking for a life beyond the churning bottom of the ocean where it is rather cold and there aren’t all that many friends about. Bring them home in your pocket and take another look at them. And if you haven’t read FACES, buy a copy NOW!
This post was originally posted on the You can meditate too blog.