Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The woof and warp of the fabric of our days...

So much a part of our daily lives are these two furry dudes...who would have thought that it'd be so?

Just as I follow the cat boys around with my camera they too follow me about like two furry shadows. I have developed a tendency to check around and below me at all times, I feel two pairs of eyes are following me, and that really is a good thing.

Yesterday I tried to sneak around a back door when Ginger spotted me and immediately called his brother to come and make note.








I left without reading to them. Instead I handed them out this reading from the Persian Prophet so they could reflect upon it together. I wonder what the outcome was.

Thine eye is My trust, suffer not the dust of vain desires to becloud its luster. Thine ear is a sign of My bounty, let not the tumult of unseemly motives turn it away from My Word that encompasseth all creation. Thine heart is My treasury, allow not the treacherous hand of self to rob thee of the pearls which I have treasured therein. Thine hand is a symbol of My loving-kindness, hinder it not from holding fast unto My guarded and hidden Tablets…. Unasked, I have showered upon thee My grace. Unpetitioned, I have fulfilled thy wish. In spite of thy undeserving, I have singled thee out for My richest, My incalculable favors…. O My servants! Be as resigned and submissive as the earth, that from the soil of your being there may blossom the fragrant, the holy and multicolored hyacinths of My knowledge. Be ablaze as the fire, that ye may burn away the veils of heedlessnessand set aglow, through the quickening energies of the love of God, the chilled and wayward heart. Be light and untrammeled as the breeze, that ye may obtain admittance into the precincts of My court, My inviolable Sanctuary.

As I was driving away I noted kitty kisses flying in the air, and then I knew that precious dudes were making kisses and blowing them in the air for us. They melt my heart.

Ciao everyone!

16 comments:

  1. When you left, I looked in on them and they were memorizing this:
    hine heart is My treasury, allow not the treacherous hand of self to rob thee of the pearls which I have treasured therein. Thine hand is a symbol of My loving-kindness, hinder it not from holding fast unto My guarded and hidden Tablets"

    so I left them and blew kisses in the air
    Helen

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  2. Wouldn't that be more suited to be called the, ahem "Meow" and warp ;)??

    xoxox,
    Allison

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  3. Helen- I am all smiles. That is outstanding! xoxo'

    Sunny- I like your title better xoxo

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  4. I love when cats make eye contact with us :).

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  5. Those shots in the pines are beautiful.

    xoxo

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  6. Hannah- I do too and also when they talk to us. : )

    Susan- a different perspective...the cat boys think I disappear into a another dimension each time I go behind a door...they are so curious : )

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  7. they melt my heart, also....

    and, WOW: what a reading.
    my heart soaked up the words today.

    xx

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  8. Enjoyable pictures. The lightning is so perfect. Each time I visit your blog, my lips curve to a happy smile :)

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  9. marie- I feel as you do xx

    Mette-thank you, that is the whole idea behind this blog, to make the reader smile xoxo

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  10. I wouldn't be suprised one bit if they not only understood but added to that passage. :) After all, their ancestors did sit at the feet of kings.

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  11. O Laila Laila- I told them what you said and they want to come live with you now : )

    xx

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  12. Oh, I've missed those lovely boys of yours! And I'm enjoying their Spanish names too ;)

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  13. They must be the best guards ever!

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  14. Hope you had a good weekend, Mona. The trees around your place are so beautiful. xo

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  15. It always strikes me as funny how concerned cats and dogs get when looking at the camera lens:)

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