Mary Summer Rain

A Quote by Mary Summer Rain

I saw a man who was depressed his whole life
while he continually labored at pulling up the persistent
Weeds of his light.

And I saw his neighbor accept the humble
Weed's existance while he cultivated them
for healing and called them Blessings.

Mary Summer Rain

Contributed by: OpalPhyre

A Quote by Mary Summer Rain

May your Faith be as enduring
as the high Rocky Mountains
And may your Love have the depths
of blue Colorado skies.

Mary Summer Rain

Contributed by: OpalPhyre

A Quote by Mary Summer Rain

Butterflies are free.
They flit peacefully amid
the meadow wildflowers.
Beauty is theirs forever.

A person's beautiful Wings are too oft con-
fined within the Cocoon of Self. Until one's
binding perception of the physical self is shed, that
one will never fly free in the Light of Truth
That one will never unfold and spread wide the
radiant Wings of her gossamer Spirit.

Mary Summer Rain

Source: Pinecones

Contributed by: OpalPhyre

A Quote by Mary Summer Rain

Marriage is like a fine aged wine.
It has to endure its Time of Fermenting
before its full-bodied Flavor and Bouquet
can be appreciate.

Mary Summer Rain

Source: Pinecones

Contributed by: OpalPhyre

A Quote by Mary Summer Rain on womans prophecy, sensing, seeing, opening, and beyond

Yet there are those who wonder.  There are those who have gentle stirrings.  And there are those who have stepped upon the beautiful threshold of awareness - all on the verge of perceiving that which there is to see.  To these ones, I say, open  your exquisite senses.  Look with fine clarity into that which is beyond and beneath, within and without.  In these coming critical times, listen to and heed the directives of your spirits that retain the high wisdom you are just now perceiving.

Mary Summer Rain

Contributed by: pRiMaLeVe

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