The memory of the Cosmos is everlasting… …and holds more truth than any word. ******************** TelegramTweetWhatsAppShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
beautiful one, Eric.
Ciao, Francina 🙂
Thank you Francina. Always good to have you visit, Eric 🙂
P/s Yesterday, I could not log onto your blog. Received a flash from WP that the “authors” had disabled the blog. Hmmm…I am glad you are back on line. I’ll be visiting to catch up with your posts..
Weird message you got from WP because I did not disabled my blog , but I have had that message once in a while too when I went over to another blog..
Have a great weekend 🙂
Eric, at this moment, I am not scared…
Life really does pass quickly, thanks Eric for this short but powerful message.
…very true…and then, Life begins, I reckon 🙂
simple but powerful. nice 😉
Thank you “Acep” 🙂
indeed it does…
Oh this is beautiful Eric so agree with you..we all are just planets in the huge timesphere,…
i just hope the dust i leave has some sparkles when i am gone
Wow! Sparkles – what a wondrous thought. I am sure you will leave “a meteorite trail of an ever expanding funnel of love and wisdom” – in case you are wondering, this is a quote from my forthcoming novel – Fallen Grace, The Return.
All good wishes, Eric
a well stated truth Eric. I also love the word filigree…it enhances the image this message conveys. It’s exquisite!
Thank you, Jeannie. That is a lovely compliment > exquisite. Luv and peace, Erc
Delighted to see the rarely used word, filigrees, appear here in this context. Thoughtfully captured!
Thank you…never did consider that…hmmm. Much appreciate your comment 🙂
Oh, Eric, it all does pass so very quickly,leaving only a dust of a trace–physically, that is. In our hearts and souls, entires galaxies live on!
I like that Granbee > “In our hearts and souls, entire galaxies live on”
Thank you. Big hugz for my Granbee, Eric
That’s terrific. Thank you.
You are welcome and thank you, Eric