"I think over again my small adventures My fears, those small ones that seemed so big For all the vital things I had to get and reach And yet there is only one great thing The only thing To live to see the great day that dawns And the light that fills the world."
- Unknown Inuit -
... another monday, a new week. I wish you dear Friend, a perfect one With Love Ana
On the horizon in front of me Appeared the new bright aurora Anoucing in magic lights Today is a brand new day All that beauty and peace Brought me the calm To think gladly And say to myself "Well, another week here is and, it is monday again!!"
... I wish you a happy monday and a great week dear Friend With Love Ana
"We must protect the forests for our children, grandchildren and children yet to be born. We must protect the forests for those who can't speak for themselves such as the birds, animals, fish and trees."
- Qwatsinas -
(Hereditary Chief Edward Moody) Nuxalk Nation
... I wish a peaceful weekend. Look around and enjoy the beauty of Mother Earth my dear Friend. With Love Ana
- Remember its quite true to say One smile is worth a dozen frowns. - It enriches those who receive, Without making poorer those who give. - Among the worlds expensive things A smile is very cheap. - The world will seem a better place And all because you smiled. - And after all this my dear Friend Just give a big one: it's Weekend
... so, I wish you a wonderful one. And, smile dear Friend With Love Ana *flower
The winter is there No leaves on the branches No birds singing on the trees. No flowers around and no buzzing bees. I stood on my branch Loking up to the sky And waiting for the stars to shine "What happens once they are there?" But only the Moon The first January's full So beautiful and bright I mewwwoued her a serenade She smiled and I stood there On my naked tree branch Under her white shinning light. And I thought: "Oh, what a grand and glorious thing it is to be a cat!
"When our community is in a state of peace, it can share that peace with neighboring communities, and so on. When we feel love and kindness towards others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace. And there are ways in which we can consciously work to develop feelings of love and kindness. For some of us, the most effective way to do so is through religious practice. For others it may be non-religious practices. What is important is that we each make a sincere effort to take our responsibility for each other and for the natural environment we live in seriously." HH the Dalai Lama
A child is... A butterfly in the wind, Some can fly higher than others; But each one flies the best they can. Why compare one against the other? Each one is different! Each one is special! Each one is beautiful!
I wish you a great friday and a wonderful weekend my special friend With Love Ana
If you understand Nature, The deer will eat from your hand. The sun makes the plants, Animals eat the plants, The humans eat the animals, and Earth needs the humans to take care of it. So you see, as you stare into the endless sky, we live from our Mother Gaia's birth, and if you understand Nature, The deer will eat from your hand. And we all, plants, animals, humans, are children of the Earth
The glistening sun is shining On the sparkling water, The sparkling water is connecting To the pretty ocean, The pretty ocean is as beautiful As a bachelor button flower, The bachelor button flower is yellow and blue Like the sunset sky, The sunset sky is giving peace to the Earth!
What is a Poem A poem is hidden in the soundlessspeechless soft clouds Tossing turning twisting in the crystal clear aquamarine sky Look inside a pleasing pretty flower Climb immeasurable immenseimpressive mountains If you find a poem handle it carefully Like a newborn puppy For a poem can die or slip through fingers Like creamy butter And be lost in the dark streets Look in places where you have never been before And there you might find a poem Lost somewhere in the soft clouds The clear sky or a pretty flower Waiting for you! by Amber Hickman (aged 8)