where all the animals you've ever loved come to greet you.

Heaven is an indescribable place filled with the Glory of God.but Wouldn't this be an added bonus: Heaven: A place where all the dogs you've ever loved come to greet you.

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“Every soul innately yearns for stillness, for a space, a garden where we can . rest, and by doing so come to a deeper sense of self and our place in the universe

I could not have sad it better myself... embrace the darkness within! ,,/ ~From Wild Woman Sisterhood

All That Is

We all need to look into the dark side of our nature. That's where the energy is, the passion. People are afraid of that because it holds pieces of us we're busy denying.

“Our greatest experiences are our quiet moments.”  -- Nietzsche – Quote on J. McGinn image of New Jersey beach.  – Reflection brings powerful insights.  Explore insights in evocative quotations and imagery on Pinterest board, Whispered Words of Wisdom,” at http://pinterest.com/fmcginn/whispered-words-of-wisdom/

“Our greatest experiences are our quiet moments.” --Nietzsche / Meditation quotes / Self reflection

The heart was put back where it came from. And the chair wasn’t so empty anymore.  The Heart and the Bottle: A Tender Illustrated Fable of What Happens When We Deny Our Difficult Emotions | Brain Pickings

The Heart and the Bottle: A Tender Illustrated Fable of What Happens When We Deny Our Difficult Emotions

The Heart and the Bottle: A Tender Illustrated Fable of What Happens When We Deny Our Difficult Emotions – Brain Pickings

The Well of Being: An Extraordinary Children’s Book for Grownups about the Art of Living with Openhearted Immediacy | Brain Pickings

The Well of Being: An Extraordinary Children’s Book for Grownups about the Art of Living with Openhearted Immediacy

The Well of Being: An Extraordinary Children’s Book for Grownups about the Art of Living with Openhearted Immediacy | Brain Pickings

The Great Zen Buddhist Teacher Thich Nhat Hanh on How to Do “Hugging Meditation” | Brain Pickings

The Great Zen Buddhist Teacher Thich Nhat Hanh on How to Do “Hugging Meditation”

“When we hug, our hearts connect and we know that we are not separate beings.” The Great Zen Buddhist Teacher Thich Nhat Hanh on How to Do “Hugging Meditation”

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