We are Stardust, We are Golden, We are Billion Year old Carbon

longwood112015So much time has gone by since I considered taking new insights gleaned in 2014 and running with them in 2015. I definitely got sidetracked, but that’s alright. Whatever is important will wait for the correct time to reemerge.

I was “led” to this article by email this morning under the guise of articles selected personally for me by the New York Times. I found this premise odd since I have not subscribed to the Times in years. I was nudged to open the email out of curiosity. I am really glad that I did because I found this gem that really ties into my rebooted grasp of astrological causality. Please take a look and you will be amazed at all the new research that points towards the Divine marriage between the cosmic and the material:

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/05/opinion/sunday/our-cosmic-selves.html?ref=opinion&_r=0

longwood42015I added some shots here from my recent trip to Longwood Gardens. These are just a small sampling of what awaits you in the near future.  A detailed post is in the works about this very enchanting Eden-like oasis. It is a pleasure to play amateur photographer for all of you. Finding the patience to be still and focus makes the process even sweeter.

There are plenty more photos where these came from. As the song Woodstock states, we have got to get ourselves back to the Garden. And so I did.

Here is Joni Mitchell’s version of Woodstock with her performing on piano. Her brilliance speaks for itself:

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8 thoughts on “We are Stardust, We are Golden, We are Billion Year old Carbon

  1. Enjoyed the article from the Times, Linda. And had to smile at your reference to Longwood Gardens. I grew up in Wilmington, DE, and was in a couple of the musicals they have there in the summer! It’s quite a place.

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    1. Hi Paula,
      Yes, Longwood is quite a place and I really like the area around Delaware and Chester County, as well as what I have seen so far of Delaware. I have visited Wilmington/Newark area a few times.

      Glad you enjoyed the post.

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  2. Thank you Linda for sharing.. Yes we are made up of star-dust.. And found the article interesting.. Loved the Song also.. And your photo’s are beautiful… Yes we all need to tend to our cosmic garden.. ( Lets get weeding ) 🙂 .. Hugs my good friend.. Love to you. ❤ Sue

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  3. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature

    I love Joni Mitchell so much! Thank you for this song this morning. I have loved her for about 45 years. I remember well when this song came out. How relevant and true it still is today. Your photos are beautiful.
    Mary

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