Posted by Ben Naga
You live through Your art
And speak through Your creations
Their message? Thou art
Posted on September 13, 2014, in Poetry, Senryu and tagged Art, Creation, God, Goddess, Life, Nature, Religion, Senryu, Soul, Source, Spirit, The World. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.
Reblogged this on Dawn of Divine Rays.
Thank you kindly. 🙂
That’s a great way to see it!
Tat tvam asi.
Wise voice you art. 🙂
Thou hast ears, my sister, and wisdom also.
Interesting, I wonder how it would have been if you’d added the word ‘that’ at the end of the last line: tat tvam asi
It would have disrupted the senryu. 🙂 And please see my (prior) reply to New Hampshire Garden Solutions’ comment above.
Clever, Ben, and true words…love it! 🙂
Thank you for your kind words,Lauren, and I am glad you enjoyed these words. The “official” stream of Christianity often has a bit of a problem with the co-creator notion of course, while personally I tend to stand with the Gnostics/Cathars. (God bless their little cotton socks. 🙂 )
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Haha, perhaps. Though the savvy artist (or writer, musician) knows we are but conduits for a universal flow of the ever-present miraculous.
Hence the capitalisation here and my replies to comments above 🙂 Identity? Pshaw.
Exactly. Got your meaning 😉
I guess this is something I can relate too… 🙂 and try to do.. 🙂
“Artists all we are”
From “Meeting Point”. (https://bennaga.wordpress.com/2011/10/26/meeting-point/)
We create – therefore we are co-creator with the Oneness. Or rather one of many expressions of the great divine…. Love it!
The creations (re)create themselves.
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