1. A form made from dust like us is enough to cause wreckage to mother earth, cannot imagine what if we are made of stronger organism. Was it wrong to have given spirit and life to dust or should we have just remained as dust.

  2. The great paradox of dust — seemingly insignificant, but when spirit and life are breathed into it, is born a living soul into this world, made in the image of her/his Creator. From insignificance, this dust assumes infinite worth, endowed with beauty and talents and a purpose. While alive, these endowments are to shine their brightest. For me, a living soul has to rise from the ashes while alive, but in humility, has to be constantly aware from whence one came from, and to where one is to return.

  3. All dust is originally stardust. People might feel better with “ashes to ashes, stardust to stardust”. A bit more stardust falls every day. That’ll cheer them up.

    1. Behind the literal extract of your words is a deeper understanding of people and their motivation > form more than substance. Thank you for this contribution, Eric

  4. oh this is brilliant….yes yes yes
    be the root for that is where one is most awakened
    beautiful quote Eric…there is a phrase in hindi “Jeevan ka saar”
    it means this is the real meaning /way to live life

    1. Root – That is a subliminal thought.

      Where it all springs from, from where it draws sustenance, yet it stays hidden, trodden while the branches shoot for glory towards the heavens – see what you did Soma dear > you got my thoughts rolling out…and I am grateful for it πŸ™‚

  5. Whilst we are here on this earth plane we exist as dust that sparkles, each with our own humble hue…much love to you my buddy xxx (and the very best of with your deadline xx)

  6. Why not? I really like this….have not talked to you in a while….hope all continues to be well with you and yours…..thanks for keeping up the inspiring work, Eric….cheers….

    1. Hi Celeste – I have a publishing deadline looming and have not been around much. The pressure should ease in another 2 weeks. Thank you for your understanding. All is well and trust all is well at your end too, Eric πŸ™‚

    1. Hello Rose – I posted a comment on your blog but it did not come through. You might want to check your Blog spam folder.

      Anyway, I reproduce the comment below:

      Hello Rose, congratulations on landing this award. I know it must be really cool to receive such recognition from fellow bloggers.

      Thank you for passing this my way with your kind words. I appreciate it and especially your generous words of praise.

      Keep blogging with a smile as there is no better way to be a Beautiful Blogger, I reckon – Eric πŸ™‚

      1. Hi Eric

        I know well that you are way above… my nomination was just ‘coz i couldn’t omit you… & i didn’t try to provide any adjectives for your creativity… just tried to describe you in the simplest possible way…



  7. ERIC …….!

    THE TREE OF LIFE …..:)

    πŸ™‚ CAT

    1. I was engrossed in something else when I saw your comment come in.

      Wow! Ho! Ho! Ho! – you really socked it to me with this one. What you say is so obviously true – so obvious and would you believe I missed this angle – it blew my mind away.

      The apple dropped – when you shook the tree!

      1. Congratulations Soumya – it is always so rewarding to be recognised by fellow bloggers I reckon. You richly deserve this recognition.

        Thank you also for thinking of me and for your kind words. I am both humbled and encouraged.

        God bless and keep you happily blogging πŸ™‚ Eric

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