Sunday, January 23, 2011

One the Subject of Chaos

Living in continual chaos is exhausting, frightening. 
The catch is that it's also very addictive.
Lorna Luft


What would it take for you to have this ...

isn't it worth it. 

worth it?

One Love. One Peace. Always and all ways.


Anonymous said...

Hi Kathleen,

How is you father doing? I know what if's like to have a parent that is ill....keep faith and hope for you and him.

This is where I would like to end my peace and silence and of course with my family.


Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

Yes you do Sarah. My heart is with you all.

He's still in the hospital. And I am still too far away. I hate the miles, especially now.

I like where you like to end your days. I like it very much.


Anonymous said...

Kathleen I know how it feels to be away from family....that's where my life is at now and hopefully not for long!

You are blessed with goodness Kathleen I can tell by your blog, did I tell you your food is amazing too!


Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

I hope for you miles get shorter.
Hearts will be stronger in the meantime. Get there ...they need you.

I am blessed, I am blessed by the quality of people in my life, the best heartbeats surround me. that is a very humbling thing. I'm so very grateful. Now you are one of them. : )


Wilde Poet said...

The chaos makes us appreciate the tranquility. Sometimes we would take for granted the peace life has to offer if we didnt know the disorder. It helps us put things in perspective and find out what is important. Once we achieve that it is a matter of what we do with the information. We are worth it, once we see it.

Thank you for sharing.

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

Of course.

There must always be one to balance the other.

Thank you for commenting.

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

omg Joshy we sound ridiculously formal on here.

What I'm saying is yes there must always be one to balance the other,
however one does not need to "stay" in a place of chaos, hell I say get out of there asap.

of course these are my personal feelings on the subject which make them ...ha subjective?

Wilde Poet said...

Of course it is subjective, but that will aplly to most things, and of course it is YOUR blog.

I agree with what you are saying, it is not necessary to stay in a place of chaos, but we do need it on occasion... after all how boring it would be if it was peaceful all the time.

I prefer just enough to keep me in check.

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

We're saying the same thing.

"there must always be one to balance the other"

La Table De Nana said...

Liza's sister right?

I am not used to chaos..I've usually lived in peace..

It is a treasure..

Grasp it when you have it..

I think of you and your dad..often..
Continued good wishes..

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

I live in peace Nana.
I'd like to think at our age chaos is unnecessary. I'd like to think at all ages it is unnecessary.

The only purpose it serves in helping us to appreciate the good and the simple.

It's often like people, some serve no purpose other than what not to be like.

It is indeed a treasure.

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

Nana ... thank you for thinking of my father, and well wishes.

alejandro guzman said...

I for one find both pictures beautiful in their own way.


Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

As photographs yes, I would agree with you. They are both beautiful.

Alejandro, thank you for commenting.

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