Quote of the Day – Rumi

Live fully, don’t let your fears and worries get in the way of living a great life. No matter what we are facing in the world today don’t let that stop you from living. It may that what we face today changes our outlook on life, it might make see the beauty in living a simple life and only buying what is essential. It might make us think what is life really about. And if the answers reveal to you another way of living then that could be a beautiful aim.

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments below, what this quotes means to you. And what hopes, dreams, and realisations you have had during this very hard time .

The Garden of the World has no limits, Except in your Mind


Categories: #Thoughts

19 replies

  1. Rumi and his words are profound and they speak the Truth. The garden that he refers to is our real self that is limitless full of joy and bliss and the mind and its thoughts that are so full of worries and fear. You have said it so nicely let us not fear what is happening in our current scenario but take up all this as a stepping stone and see many great changes taking place with positive steps. Lovely post Bella.

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  2. Dear friend,
    It is about accepting things, not matter of what kind they are, as they are pregnant with answers, how we could continue to live, because also bitter medicine is medicine. In everything we experience there maybe answers and questions contained in it. When listening to the thin voice in us we are able to follow…
    Thank you very much, for sharing πŸ™‚
    Have a great weekend ahead πŸ™‚

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    • No problem poop away – lol.

      The snakes are limits in an ironic manner. Their snake-y-ness creates a limit in us. In that we colours ours eyes, and makes us believe there is no good in this world. When intact there still a lot of good.

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      • You’re right, we’ve got to not let them color our view of everyone. It’s just so hard for me 😞 but I know life is better that way. Like Jesus said–be wise as serpents but innocent as doves. Plus we need to look out for others and help them improve their gardens, as well.

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  3. The quote reminds me a lot of Mary Oliver’s “Whoever you are / no matter how lonely, / the world offers itself to your imagination / calls to you like the wild geese, harsh and exciting– / over and over announcing your place / in the family things.” When I think of both quotes I think of how we can make do with little, or maybe not so much with little, but with all that’s available to us already. Hence, not putting limits to our thinking and using our imagination. One of my hopes during this time is to keep strong.


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