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Friday, November 16, 2007

Distant Thoughts

Distant thoughts
I could hear the rustling of the leaves
As the wind capriciously blew through the trees
Not affected by the gravity pull my spirit lifted high
Like a bird swishing its wings on the face of the sky
My longing gaze on a forth coming smile
A love extending a distance of a thousand miles
Outstretched arms touching of souls holding tight
Beneath a romantic raven velvet starlit night
I shall fly upon the wing of a vast silver bird of love
Gliding through the air and white fluffy clouds above
I shall dream of land so far away and make it a reality.


What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind.

Buddha (563 BC-483 BC) Founder of Buddhism

Watch your thoughts, for they become words.Watch your words, for they become actions.Watch your actions, for they become habits.Watch your habits, for they become character.Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.

We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world.
Buddha quotes


Anonymous said...

Good Morning...this is amazing to read and inhale at my early hour...I feel inspired


J. Andrew Lockhart said...

"What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday"
That's so true!

iamnasra said...

At LIP ( had had chance to come upcloase to floot..Hope you will visit the blog and tell us how floot inspire you..

Robert said...

It's a bit frightening that our thoughts are so powerful isn't it?

Most of the time I am not aware of the direction my thoughts are taking.

trinitystar said...

thank you for kind comments.

Janice Thomson said...

Love those quotes Trinitystar. What lovely thoughts to have come true...

magiceye said...

epitomises 'love, life and freedom'


Ričardas said...

nice words and they go so well with the picture. I'm so glad to find your blog. Seems like I'll spend a lot of time here before I look through all of great things you have.

ann said...

welcome home... your pics of your trip are stunning and so glad you had a great time

wow, you're posting back at your usual high standard

a thought provoking post on thoughts indeed; I just wish some people would learn to keep their thoughts to themselves ;>)

Siegfried said...

Take no thought.

Liz said...

:) thank you for the inspiration!!!

floots said...

walking and thinking
two of my favourite occupations
thank you

Robert said...


Due to an abusive comment from another blogger I have deleted my blog -but will continue to visit yours.

If I start another blog I will let you know.

Best wishes,


trinitystar said...

Rob ... ooooooops ... your last post may have been taken the wrong way. Unfortunately people go in like bulls
Dont let it deter you.
Forgive them for they know what they do. We are not seperate
and perhaps it was read as that.
Ok ... many English aspects have gone ... but we have now gained a great colourful cosmopolitan one. Which enables us to experience other peoples cultures.
Cheer up.
Incidently I am presuming it was that.
:o) hope to see back ...

trinitystar said...

Floots, yes ... pondering as one is walking is a great pastime of mine too.
There is always something that catches the eye.
Thanks ... nice to see you here.

Robert said...

No it wasn't that post. It was something on another blog.

Thanks for your words anyway.

Matt said...

Wonderful post Trinitystar. :) Love the photo as well!

Thoughts are amazing things.

Pat Paulk said...

Love romance, even if it's someone else's. Thanks!!

Ben said...

its the most peculiar feeling when one gets high on someone else's words, on someone else's feelings. but your words have the untouched magic to achieve just that.
keep writing...