Let Go, Dream, Truth!

Every evening I try to take a short walk. Most of the times I listen to audio books. Today I was listening to the book “Wisdom of the Shamans”. As I was listening to it, the author talked about meditation and sitting in silent and asking your question until you get your answer. As I was thinking about this sentence, I looked at this beautiful tree. (Usually when I walk I stop and look at trees, I am truly fascinated by them. ) I looked at the tree and I told the tree I know the answer, I need to let go. We can easily materialize letting go, but it’s beyond that. The author talks about which past dreams are you still holding on to. The question for me will be what dreams I am trying to create?

Isn’t this tree just fascinating!

I know I need to live by now, and its been a practice. I wasn’t one of those people who woke up and suddenly they were in the present. It has been a ten year journey of waking up. How to look at the trees and see yourself. How to feel connected, deeply connected. But to create my dream I also see myself talking strongly about environment. That will be my dream. That will be my truth. Deep down we all know our truth, and no one can tell us what our truth is.

This evening, when I was taking my walk. I saw this beauty. I didn’t go closer. I waited for some minutes. After some time he felt comfortable and started looking around. At some-point he decided to go back in to the trees. Sorry the street goes through where your home was. I guess tonight my writing is as messy as my thinking mind.

Love, Peace,


About sarajourney

I am on a journey. I was born in UK raised in Iran and now live at States. Being active is part of being Sara. I love to take long walks and meditate. I love watching movies and documentary's. I love to be happy and enjoy every moment of my life. My goal is to love every species freely with no judgement.
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7 Responses to Let Go, Dream, Truth!

  1. roninjax says:

    I enjoy observing trees of all shapes and sizes. I think back when they were little and wonder what stories they could tell if they could reason and interact. Lovely. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Love your post. I found the most amazing tree a couple years ago. If you want to see it, go to https://michiganmary.com/ and look up #8 Miners’ Falls and Miners’ Castle. In the middle of a flat woods, this one tree had grown “legs.” The roots were above ground and I have no explanation as to why.

  3. Mr. Mel says:

    A tree is a sculpture sculpted, a song unwritten, a wish unwished and gratitude unexpressed, all of natureโ€™s wonder unleashed. Beautifully written.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐ŸŒบ

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