When a person says “I hope that……….”This is a lazy person, because he/she wants that the wishes be granted by God, the cosmic or somebody, but it is when a person says “I expect that ……”This human being is an actor in the stage of life not a passive spectator.
First I dream of poetry, then I act to find those poems that will motivate my life.
First I dream of color, then I seek colors to make my life more enjoyable.
Have poets rediscovered the beautiful world full of amazing colors? Or maybe artists have rediscovered the beauty of the written and spoken word?. I wish to share with you a Mexican popular saying:
“De músico poeta y loco todos tenemos un poco”
In my last post, where I wrote about how children see our world, suddenly very strong visual impressions came to my mind. I remembered how our world looked more colorful. Beautiful vibrant colors were all around us, as children. How amazed we felt every time we saw a children’s book full of vivid colors. These fresh ideas allowed me to have the next thoughts:
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we painted our world with beautiful vibrant colors? To cast more harmonious light on it?. When I created the APPLIKOM PROJECT Its first lessons have a lot to do with color appreciation. How by discipling our minds by instructing our brains to become aware of only one chosen color, what a big difference it made! The best analogy I can find is when we have just fallen in love. Before this experience we used to live in a dull world, but by the miracle of being in love, how wonderful now the world is! Later in life when we have children once more life is so beautiful! Then when we become grandparents this miracle is repeated and last but not least when we fall in deep love with humankind, the miracle once more is repeated, but now with much more intensity, because indeed GOD IS LOVE!
I expect that next year your life will be full of colorful Divine Love.
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