Monday, February 27, 2006

dust thou art and to dust thou shall return


Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01775b.htm
http://www.drcm.org

Guys,

i am on HIATUS for 40 days
will ressurect on Easter Sunday

INSHA ALLAH !

17 comments:

Lady Sappho said...

It's not only catholics that partake in Ash Wednesday and the Lenten season. Although, I'll admit that it is predominately a catholic practice.

Anonymous said...

Saby to this even all things must shine but you my freind shine thur all the light. it is said even though we are all differ in our human design. there is a certain love for greater good that always shine thur and that my freind is true of.

Keshi said...

ok all my comments got lost...damnnnnn!

I dun need no Ash wed to remind me of my mortality...I've died a million deaths already...

Keshi.

Anonymous said...

O God, you are my God;
earnestly I seek you;
my soul thirsts for you;
my flesh faints for you,
as in a dry and weary land
where there is no water.

So I have looked upon you in the sanctuary,
beholding your power and glory.

Because your steadfast love is better than life,
my lips will praise you.

So I will bless you as long as I live;
in your name I will lift up my hands.

Psalm 63:1-4 ESV

Anonymous said...

sabbbyyyyy dont go anywhere.You will be sorely missed by me.I luvvvvv u.


-Minnie Mouse(senti)

Miranda said...

Take good care of yourself Saby. You will be missed.

Anonymous said...

There is no cure for birth and death save to enjoy the interval. The dark background which death supplies brings out the tender colors of life in all their purity.
-George Santayana (1863-1952)
Quote WorldFamous Quotes at QuoteWorld.org

Keshi said...

Saby if u were on a hiatus for 40days, how the hell r u appearing in my blog?

liar :)

Keshi.

Anonymous said...

When the world is darker than I can understand.
When nothing turns out the way I planned.
When the sky turns grey and there's no end in sight.
When I can't sleep through the lonely night.

I turn to you. Like a flower leaning toward the sun.
I turn to you. 'Cos you're the only one.
Who can turn me around when I'm upside down.
I turn to you.

When my insides are wracked with anxiety.
You have the touch that will quiet me.
You lift my spirit. You melt the ice.
When I need inspiration, when I need advice.

I turn to you. Like a flower leaning toward the sun.
I turn to you. 'Cos you're the only one.
Who can turn me around when I'm upside down.
I turn to you.

Where would I be? What would I do?
If you'd never helped me through.
I hope someday if you've lost your way.
You could turn to me like I turn to you.

I turn to you. Like a flower leaning toward the sun.
I turn to you. 'Cos you're the only one.
Who can turn me around when I'm upside down.
I turn to you.

I turn to you. When fear tells me to turn around.
I turn to you. 'Cos you're the only one.
Who can turn me around when I'm upside down.
I turn to you. I turn to you. I turn to you.

I dedicate this to The Meadow. There is no better a befitting song than this one. Because once agian when I'm down I can come home to my Meadow.Turn on some music and put pen to paper.

posted by Skylynn @ 3:28 PM 1 comments

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Anonymous said...

Gift Of Solitude
When Isolation Is Ok

We all need time alone. Even those of us who are social butterflies need some time to ourselves.

Solitude is necessary for meditation and quiet reflection.

We also may choose to isolate ourselves when we are busy and need to meet a deadline.

We may cherish time alone when we want to give ourselves over to art or music, lose ourselves in a good book, or delve into a personal project.

Having time to ourselves allows us to focus completely on our yoga practice or get into the zone while running or strength training.

Sometimes we need to be alone to simply do nothing but enjoy the sound of silence.

Our alone time revitalizes and replenishes us, grounding us in our own company.

Yet, too much isolation, especially when our intention is to hide, withdraw, or not deal with the realities of our lives is not physically, mentally, or spiritually healthy. It is during moments like these when being in isolation takes us away from our lives, rather than enhancing it. If anything, too much isolation can create a buffer whereby we don't have to deal with our problems. Sometimes, pushing ourselves to deal with our issues and be in our lives, rather than isolate, is one of the best gifts we can give to ourselves.

Also, just as it is important for us to have our "alone" time, we need to remember that as human beings, we are by nature social creatures that thrive on human contact. Our lives cannot occur in a vacuum, and we cannot fully live in this world without interacting with others. Consider using isolation as time spent for rest, reinvigoration, and personal growth. Isolation can then not only empower you, but it can allow you to return to your work and your relationships restored and ready for life.

Aelee said...

May the Lord hold and keep you,Madd Capped One-you are a man of kindness and a token of warmth embodies you...your pal ..aelee.

Lady Sappho said...

I take it that you're giving up your blog for the lent season. My daughter suggested that I give up coffee. I still haven't decided what I'm giving up. Good luck to you, dear Saby and will see you after Easter.

saby said...

war crimes and saddam and BUSH

Łóòň Ġãĺ said...

Have a great time Saby ...

Anonymous said...

NOW SABY WILL POST ON HIS OTHER BLOGS:P

Anonymous said...

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