Dynamic Living by Simone Craig

Spiritual. Health Conscious. Tree Hugger. Single Mama journeying to pristine, exalted joy in all aspects of life. This is real life.

Monday, October 1, 2007


So much has happened since my last post. I don't know that I can write it all. And I don't know that I can give it a title. Speaking of Untitled, where is D'Angelo?

I went for a walk in my park yesterday. Magic happened again. It's such a special place. I realized some very important things. Sacred things. In writing this, I'm realizing there is a difference between special and sacred. I didn't realize anything special really but the sacredness of it is profound. If it were something special, I'd suspect I would have no problem sharing it with you. But sharing sacredness not only is something I don't want to do, it is an impossibility. Sacredness can't be spoken. It's beyond time and therefore beyond mind and therefore beyond language. I remember reading an interview with a Native American elder. He was asked about the selling of Native American sacred objects for money. He said if they were sold, then they were never sacred. I think he's right.

Have you had a glimpse of the sacred? Not the sacred according to me, or anyone else. But the sacred that only you can know for yourself.