A Virgin A Day ~ Virgin and Child Under an Apple Tree


Lucas Cranach
ca. 1472, Kronach, Germany - ca. 1553, Weimar, Germany
School: German


All the possibilities of your human destiny are asleep in your soul.

You are here to realize and honor these possibilities.

When love comes in to your life, unrecognized dimensions of your destiny awaken and blossom and grow.

Possibility is the secret heart of time.”

John O'Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom


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Oh blossom of Hope

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  1. I love the 'little messages, these paintings and words convey, have a lovely day.

    Sue x

  2. Namaste Noelle, what a powerful post and amazing blogs! I am so glad I discovered your outpourings. thank you for visiting my blog and for receiving my soul and heart outpourings.

  3. This is beautiful. I am so loving this virgin a day!!

  4. This is one of my favorite paintings.
    And I loved you haiku ♥♥♥

  5. oh
    how the eyes & mouth
    of mother & child
    do favor one another!

    the Babe looks to B teething on old bread,
    doesn't He?

    {{ BTW,
    everyday over here
    You show us
    ~~what is possible~~
    by opening our eyes
    to such amazing photos!

    seriously }}

  6. O'Donohue's quote is right, but I should reread Anam Cara to see if he goes on to say how love lost also brings growth. (Sweet virgin haiku, Noelle).

  7. oh
    how I love these two
    cuddling in the orchard
    and god is
    in all the sumptuous details
    you do it so right...

    xox - eb.

  8. oh noelle,
    stunning and delicious.
    i think after two heart piercing quotes from John O'Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom i must go seek a copy of my own to pursue in such perfect wisdom!
    thank you for the grace i find with you today!


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