Precious Time


~We must use time as a tool, not as a crutch.~

John F. Kennedy

May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963


6 Responses to “Precious Time”

  1. Raphael's Legacy by Barry Hardy Says:

    Great quote, sublime image, very big thank you for sharing, sincere regards, Barry

    • Thanks so much Barry πŸ™‚

    • Incredible blog Barry. Funny how quantum connectivity works*see my blog lol-us healers know about these things..:)*-I too played a Tasmanian devil as a child(well, was my actual dancing/singing musical-loving alter-ego). Loved your descriptions, especially β€œI don’t waffle and I don’t do new age froth either”-pure brilliance! πŸ™‚

  2. Raphael's Legacy by Barry Hardy Says:

    Hi Taijitu, yes if only more souls reconnected with who they really are and not what they believe that they are as mortals. Our quest, our mortality and our search for truth would be a walk in the park instead of being as is often the case. Either pure denial and a mortality simply consumed by utter froth, waffle and nonsense or a hard awakening slog up numerous treacle mountains whilst carrying a cruise liner upon our weary shoulders. That said and in the words of the great Stuart Wilde “life was never meant to be a struggle”, and I truly get that now after working through my treacle mountains and the waffle and froth that hindered my progress. Because the truth is “we don’t need eyes to see we need vision” and with vision comes wisdom which is a truly wonderful yet hard earned gift. For with wisdom anything and everything is possible and all because we remember that we are one in wholeness and simply timeless potential with no beginnings or endings, sincere regards, Barry

  3. Raphael's Legacy by Barry Hardy Says:

    Ha ha well as you already know, once we cut through al the froth and commence healing all our deep energetic hurt(s), that’s the very point that we recommence expanding exponentially once again. All part of our eternal process of reawakening, evolving and remembering; just who we really are. Its so simple, so why on earth did I initially make such hard work of it all?, sincere regards, Barry

    Namaste until I pop by again πŸ™‚

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