A Different Perspective

Depending upon where we are standing in our lives we each of us are looking out from our own vantage point on life. I was looking out of my window the other day at the blossoms on the shrubs and admiring them. I was watching the blackbird gather worms from the lawn to fly back into the bushes to feed his young, when I thought what life from their perspective view point would be like. As they fly backwards and forwards across our garden.

I was in the allotments planting Peas yesterday and Swedes seeds, and unearthed many beetles and spiders as I disturbed their homes.. What a traumatic upheaval for them as their world was destroyed by my digging. And how indifferent we can seem about their plight!

Caterpillar Love  taken in 2013

Caterpillar Love taken in 2013

Seeing the world from another perspective, whether spiritually or mentally, can introduce you to all sorts of hidden treasures. How we react to Insects is an example, as we often hold the fear our parents passed down to us, (and how many more views we hold onto which is passed down  via our upbringing) that is why I try to teach my now 4 yr old Granddaughter not to fear spiders, insects and caterpillars.. And teach her everything has a right to Life, that we are all of us part of a huge chain that interlinks with one another.

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Spiders may seem to some fearsome, ugly, and frightening, And yet they manage to weave something so beautiful we could never hope to create, and there is nothing more beautiful than catching a spiders web in the morning light full of dew

There may be at times experiences in life that from your vantage point may seem worrying, confusing and terrifying, we have all been there at some point. Or there may be events that look insignificant from where you are standing right now.

Whatever perspective we view our world from; it’s often good practice to see another’s point of view. Humankind is most often presented as a story about struggle, control, and survival, instead of one of trust and collaboration with the universe. So we grow up believing we must compete instead of co-operate

There are plenty of things that we cannot control, no matter how hard we try. But we can live by our values, which allow us to become a positive source of inspiration for others.

We may not be able to help those in far off places whose lives are a struggle, with conflict and war, or who are adrift in the ocean seeking refuge from the traumas of their own countries, But by simply being yourself, you can help the people in your life see how one person can make a difference by being a living example of consciousness. And we do that by recognizing and acknowledging the inherent value in everyone you encounter. Be it a Human or Insect.. Sometimes, the easiest way to encourage people – even challenging ones – to respect others is to respect them first.

The interconnectedness of all living beings using concrete, everyday examples. Many people are unaware of how their actions affect the world and are intrigued when they learn of the power they hold.

We each of us have that POWER, and we can do that by our own actions and intentions.. We do it by embracing the Positive, encouraging Peace and Tolerance and not allowing ourselves to get caught within the traps being set by Fear..

Love and Blessings

Sue

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  1. Hariod Brawn
    May 18, 2015 @ 13:33:59

    A marvellous reminder for us to resist always seeing the world through a self-centric prism Sue. You must be the most wonderful grandmother, and a constant source of wise guidance for your delightful little granddaughter. Hariod ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 18, 2015 @ 14:04:42

      Thank you Hariod, I try, it will remain to be seen whether she retains the values I hope to teach her.. But I know from my own memory I took on board my own Grandmother’s teachings more so I think than my own Mother’s. It would be nice to think I had left a legacy of Positive Values.. 🙂

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  2. inavukic
    May 18, 2015 @ 14:08:32

    Fear is a powerful controller of people and it may a place at rare life-threatening situations but generally, nature and its creatures are to not be feared but seen as sharing the universe with us

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 18, 2015 @ 14:17:16

      I agree Ina..
      A ‘Controller’ of people is correct.. I hope we can see beyond those who are controlling and learn to embrace our calmer selves and see there is room for all, and can learn to tolerate and work towards a better future for all.. We are being told our future is no longer full of promise, but full of threats.. And while ever we live within this fear we then create into being those very fears..

      Many thanks Ina for your comment, its lovely to have your views… 🙂 Hugs Sue

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  3. David
    May 18, 2015 @ 14:28:21

    Seeing things from another’s point of view is often the only way to understand them, so long as we understand that we can walk in their footsteps, but we cannot wear their shoes! Love, David

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  4. kcg1974
    May 18, 2015 @ 14:54:12

    I love this post, Sue. A great grandmother you are, teaching the true wonders of the world to your little one. Blessings.

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  5. Writing to Freedom
    May 18, 2015 @ 15:08:07

    Lovely reminders to live our values Sue. We teach by our choices and actions. I love what you are teaching. And expanding our perspective to see from another’s view is a great way to learn compassion or better yet, live from a sense of oneness and connection with all life.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 19, 2015 @ 09:41:36

      Brad I thank you, as always your words and thoughts mean a lot to me.. And I hope between our posts and thinking we can help inspire others to reach out to expand their own thoughts and perspectives into embracing each other with more kindness and compassion.. And see when we help another we are truly helping ourselves within our own evolutionary path of transcendence as we lift our vibration into lightness of BEing.. that who we always were. 🙂

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  6. sophiaschildren
    May 18, 2015 @ 16:33:53

    Such a beautiful message and inspiration, Sue. I read Charlotte’s Web many times when I was a girl, so every spider is Charlotte as far as I’m concerned! 🙂 Your post reminded me of a reflection from Richard Rohr I read earlier this morning, about St. Francis of Assisi being a ‘prime attractor’, or “one who moves history and humanity forward just by being who he is.” Lovely. xoxo Jamie

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 19, 2015 @ 09:37:52

      I like that idea, about St Francis of Assisi being a prime attractor. I suppose when you stop to think about it there have been many such masters who have moved humanity on within their framework of thinking. or who have through their inventiveness allowed the evolutionary step to leap further.. One only has to look at Electricity the Light bulb, and the Telephone to see how one man’s thoughts have changed humanity.. Then we have people like Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King.. whose words still inspire..
      Thank you Jamie, loved having your thoughts 🙂

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  7. suzicate
    May 18, 2015 @ 17:06:58

    Perspective is everything. Fortunately, I’ve changed my point of view on many things through the years…I can only imagine the differences it will make in my life as I continue as I realize I have many other viewpoints to experience.

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  8. Grace
    May 18, 2015 @ 17:24:53

    I love this, “by simply being yourself, you can help other people….” Being true to ourselves my be the very best thing we can do…for ourselves, first and foremost, but for others, our communities, our planet. And when we try walking a mile in another’s moccasins, whether human or beast, we can gain a much deeper appreciation and unconditional love for each other. Great post, Sue!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 19, 2015 @ 09:26:45

      Thank you Grace, And its really really so good to see you here my friend… and I am pleased this post resonated so well with your own thinking. Sending a Huge Hug your way, on your own road to total wellness. 🙂 ❤

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  9. Paul Handover
    May 18, 2015 @ 19:20:17

    Lovely post, Sue and full of wisdom!

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  10. marina kanavaki
    May 18, 2015 @ 22:58:56

    Always insightful and inspiring …and so very true!
    Have a wonderful week, my dear Sue!
    much love and hugs 🙂 xxxx

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  11. Hannah (BitterSweet)
    May 19, 2015 @ 02:37:25

    Oh wow, that spiderweb photos is absolutely captivating… The amount of detail is simply unreal. It’s like another world in and of itself.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 19, 2015 @ 09:22:10

      Yes we have quiet a few largish garden spiders who happily weave away, I always feel guilty if I break one, and apologise to the insect kingdom .. But they build one anew over night.. 🙂 This one was one of them I took a photo of. 🙂 Lovely to see you Hannah.. Enjoy your week 🙂

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  12. stephensmustang1
    May 19, 2015 @ 05:27:48

    I love the different views of nature. I love spider webs too–especially in the dew. In general, I’m not afraid of bugs, spiders, snakes, etc..However some we should fear and be careful of. We should always remember that there are other view points/perspectives.
    Hope you are having a Great week. hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 19, 2015 @ 09:19:31

      We are lucky here in England Elizabeth that we do not have many dangerous insects ect, Our only dangerous reptile is the adder which is quite elusive, But I have been lucky enough to see one out on the Moors as it awoke in Spring one year when it was more docile as it caught the sun to warm up a little.. Lovely to have you read, and Hope your week is less hectic.. 🙂 Hugs Sue

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  13. Rajagopal
    May 19, 2015 @ 06:23:44

    Point of peaceful co-existence giving due respect to our Eco system so nicely driven home, Sue. Just a week back, while I was striding on my usual walking trail early in the morning, I saw the newspaper boy suddenly stop his bike in front of me pointing fearfully to a slithering snake across the path. He was obviously wanting to co-opt me to beat it to death, and seemed rather surprised to see me walk past it as if nothing happened. I told him not to disturb it and let it go its way, dinning it into his ears that the earth also belonged to the reptiles, as much as our claim on it. You grand kids are lucky to have you around…best wishes… Raj.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 19, 2015 @ 09:15:23

      Thank you for that story Raj, yes when we leave well alone they will leave us alone.. Often its only our interference and hunting of animals that have taught them to fear us, so they strike back. All have their place within Nature, and must respect their rights to life. Thank you Raj, it is I who am lucky to have a Grandchild. 🙂

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  14. oxherder
    May 19, 2015 @ 10:46:53

    I really like this Sue.. Especially “Many people are unaware of how their actions affect the world and are intrigued when they learn of the power they hold.”. Thank you.

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  15. lorriebowden
    May 19, 2015 @ 14:07:18

    Oh, Sue! What a brilliant post full of love, compassion, and respect! It warmed my heart this morning to be in this beautiful energy you created here!! Thank you for this peace ♡♡

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  16. dilip
    May 19, 2015 @ 16:42:39

    For me it’s a beautiful perspective on being aware of God’s creations and also of our thoughts. Yes the power in within us.
    Thank you Sue.

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  17. Ka Malana@Fiestaestrellas.com
    May 19, 2015 @ 23:25:55

    Sue, your messages always get right to the heart of the matter. It’s wonderful how your words convey and your pictures illustrate with such clarity. It’s beautiful to empathize and appreciate the caterpillars, blackbirds, and worms…all deserving of their lives and ways of being, perceiving. xo Ka

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  18. Maria F.
    May 20, 2015 @ 07:17:50

    I love these analogies you’ve made with creatures who often are stepped on, killed with insecticides; or feared to the point of seeing psychiatrists. Beautiful image of your granddaughter allowing a caterpillar to crawl on her. I suppose the more one exposes children to co-exist with them; the fewer phobias we will have and more acceptance in a natural way.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 20, 2015 @ 15:41:13

      Yes it seems my message has hit home with my Granddaughter, her mother said yesterday when we took our granddaughter back home to her parents.. That she has taken to saving any insect she sees inside their home and picking it up and placing it outside.. She said the day before she rescued several woodlice 🙂 and my daughter-in-law shivered as she told me how she picked them up unafraid and asked to have the door open to place them in the garden.. 🙂 I smiled widely when I heard this.. Seems my teachings have made a mark to -Co-exist 🙂 .. Thank you Maria… 🙂 Hugs your way my friend and thank you for your lovely comment x

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      • Maria F.
        May 20, 2015 @ 16:02:53

        Wow, Sue, this is amazing. If you think of it, it even saves money. I know people in cities are not used to the variety of insects that people in the country are. So there’s a lot of money invested in exterminating pests. They probably feel it’s worth it because urban dwellings may have not permitted them to learn about the cycles of these animals. I suppose the more you know about them, the better. Insects are among what they call “vermin”.

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  19. beverley
    May 20, 2015 @ 10:34:47

    I try and glimpse the world as others see it, but there are times when my values are so different from those around me that i have to say, i love them, i do not agree with them and that is the way it needs to be. When we love someone we accept them for who they are and not who we want them to be.
    As for spiders, i have lovely one outside my front door, which people often point out and offer to remove, but although they are not my greatest friends, he is doing no harm sitting there, so i leave him alone.

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  20. irenedesign2011
    May 20, 2015 @ 15:26:24

    Beautiful post Sue 🙂
    Like it is a choice to stay happy, it is also a choice to show mutual respect to all souls.

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  21. LadyPinkRose
    May 20, 2015 @ 19:41:58

    LOVED this, Sue. If we can just think about the interconnectiveness in All There Is, what a different world we would live in! When I am in my gardens, I really try not to harm the earthworms, and when I do disturb them, I try to put them back where they originally were. Now if I told that to someone who doesn’t “get it”, I would be laughed at. But YOU know. Thank you for teaching your grand-daughter not to fear insects. Bless you!! Love, Amy ❤

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  22. kerlund74
    May 20, 2015 @ 19:57:20

    It’s always very well invested time to look at things from different perspectives. And from other peoples perspectives…
    Great written and as always: it gives something to reflect over!

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  23. quarteracrelifestyle
    May 20, 2015 @ 22:11:22

    I can’t bear spiders Sue, have the most awful fear of fear but their webs…! I could stare at them for hours, such beautiful pieces of architecture, so fine but strong. I know what you mean about how we cause them such great upheaval without thinking. A few months ago I emptied a bucket of water outside and realised too late an ant colony was busy working till I threw what would amount to a massive tidal wave to us over them and I just stood staring at it thinking how awful that was! Have to be honest though and say there is no love lost between spiders and I, me the warrior and they don’t have a chance – Roger is far more humane with them. I try to be different, I love all creatures but the 8 legged variety and I am conscious that I am being very cruel!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 22, 2015 @ 19:56:03

      Sorry about the delay in answering Wendy.. Been real busy the last few days and have felt so tired in the evening the PC didn’t get a look in.. 🙂 I used to be afraid of spiders, but gradually over came my fear.. I can capture them in a glass now and put them outside.. But I know you get some huge ones down under, so don’t beat yourself up too much 🙂 Sending Hugs and hope all is well with you x

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  24. quarteracrelifestyle
    May 20, 2015 @ 22:12:08

    Your wee granddaughter looks delightful 🙂 xx

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  25. Wendy Gillissen
    May 21, 2015 @ 01:19:36

    Thank you so much Sue that was just what I needed to hear tonight! ❤

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  26. Michael
    May 21, 2015 @ 01:41:58

    I enjoyed this post very much, Sue. It’s true what you’ve written: our gardening disturbs the earth. Turning over rocks sends creepy-crawlies scrambling for cover. A worm or two may die when planting a tree… It brought up for me again a thought that comes from time to time, about destruction and creation being interwoven. I was speaking with a friend who doesn’t eat meat the other day, and she was mentioning, of her own volition, her awareness of the research that shows plants are sensitive to their surroundings as well… Is nothing safe??? How do we truly live without causing any “harm”, any change– indeed, as harm is so often in the eyes of the beholder…?

    I am starting to wonder about a deeper unity and what it implies about these things… I attended a talk once several years ago that was given by a Huichol elder who described a pact between beings at the heart of the world, to nourish one another, of lives given that others might live, and that this giving is part of the essence of creation. Our impacts upon other beings should not be taken lightly, and yet at the same time we have to move about a bit in this world to live our lives… I’m just rambling here, circling around a sensation that what is true is far deeper and more widespread in its embrace of our every move than we may suspect…

    We live in a time of such incredible questions… 🙂

    Your gardens are beautiful!
    Michael

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 22, 2015 @ 20:11:29

      Apologies for the late reply.. Life gets a bit hectic around this time of year Michael, and I have been too tired of an evening to turn on the PC.. 🙂 I agree with you, about creation and destruction being interwoven.. The two go hand in hand.. I have a feeling in my bones right now that the world may well witness more upheaval from Mother Nature as she shakes us a little more to take notice ..
      You can ramble any time Michael, Everything has an effect upon everything else.. And people do not realise that we all of us affect the ‘Whole’..
      I think if we really understood the Law of Vibration, and Cause and Effect we would ALL of us start to live our lives that much more differently.. For what we think we create.. I tried to explain some of these Universal laws in my Universal Law Category.. And even with all I have come to understand.. I still keep seeking answers and also asking Questions.. 🙂
      Many thanks for the compliments Michael..
      Enjoy your weekend.. 🙂
      Sue

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  27. The Emu
    May 21, 2015 @ 06:07:32

    You certainly know how to bring ones perspective on life and the world, back to the reality of our existence Sue, and its a beautiful perspective, as I found out following your link on Spiders, everything has its place and purpose in this life.
    Mutual respect is what we need to appreciate with our animal and insect world.
    If only mankind could harness that mutual respect between each other, we could all return to the Garden of Eden.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 22, 2015 @ 20:21:51

      Yes, I love totem links and each thing that turns up in our lives Ian has something to teach us.. 🙂 Oh I so wish for the day Mankind realises his biggest enemy is himself.. 🙂 And how we have taken this Garden of Eden and used it to his own ends with no thought of other species he has trampled on in his greed.. My bones have a feeling we may yet have more harsher lessons to learn which Mother Earth will unleash.. The Feeling has been with me for a while now.. And she is rumbling… And may see something unprecedented with Volcanoes and Earthquakes… Its just a feeling.. but one that will not go away..

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  28. kowkla123
    May 21, 2015 @ 13:43:15

    beste Grüße, Klaus

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  29. europasicewolf
    May 21, 2015 @ 21:00:25

    Of late I have come to the conclusion that the patience of a saint is required on occasion to see things from another’s point of view Sue! Some have very strange and bizarre viewpoints to say the least!! However we must of course try, try and if necessary try again to do so! Hope all is good with you 🙂 Wolfie hugs xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 22, 2015 @ 20:26:27

      Yes particularly those whose opinions are stuck so rigidly to their own narrow views, I know Wolfie,, but we keep trying.. We keep trying and some can be very trying! 🙂 Yes all is good Wolfie.. Very busy the last few days with the gardening and planting, plus the bedding plants in the boarders in the home garden.. I have been that tired out, just flaked out at night and not even been tempted to turn on the laptop.. Great to see your paw prints here.. Hope you get some time off this Bank Holiday Wolfie.. Sending you lots of Hugs xxx ❤

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      • europasicewolf
        May 23, 2015 @ 21:29:31

        I totally share the pain re busy and tired out! My laptops have been severely neglected too hence the delay in responding to comments. I normally utilise the faithful shiny new mobile but bad weather has sent the signal haring off for cover and I can’t access much if anything most of the time right now. Infuriating and irritating though my lack of useage probably pleases the phone company who will be making good money out of my wasted data! Enjoy your gardening and the sun and have a lovely revitalising weekend! Wolfie hugs 🙂 xx

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  30. Kourtney Heintz
    May 22, 2015 @ 20:38:52

    Sue you raise some excellent points here. Perspective is something we can get so mired in that we forget ours isn’t the only one. 🙂 As a writer, one of the hardest things to realize is that the “villain” is the hero of his story. He has motives and a rationale that make his actions seem right to him.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 22, 2015 @ 20:55:58

      Very true Kourtney.. Would that we could see from another’s point of view.. and see what makes one take to crime.. We only see the end results of crime.. Not what leads a person to commit them.. And I am sure we would learn a lot if we had to walk in their shoes.. Good Point Kourtney.. 🙂

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  31. natswans
    May 24, 2015 @ 13:56:42

    Hi Sue every word you say here is so very true..This year I noticed more about the Wildlife in my garden and I feel so close to them all. Being a part of all my wonderful experiences makes me happy inside.
    Beautiful post .
    Hugs take care and enjoy your weekend Sue.
    Sheila xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 27, 2015 @ 22:06:17

      When we notice the wildlife in our gardens, we seem to connect more within Nature.. And today I watched the sparrows feeding their young on our bird table.. 🙂 good to see them . we have around 20 that visit.. So I was surprised when I learned that sparrows are in danger around the UK and their numbers are declining.. due to hedgerows disappearing and modern housing materials which stop them nesting.. I have been into Spring Watch on TV again this week.. Always a joy to watch.. You too enjoy your week.. Its half gone already 🙂 Love Sue ❤

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  32. jacksjottings
    May 24, 2015 @ 14:17:00

    Some people just break down under the pressures of life.
    When we know what their problem is we can be sympathetic.
    As for spiders and insects I would be cautious in handling some.
    But most creatures will not hurt you if you do not frighten or hurt them.
    You have written a good post Sue reminding us not to be judgemental.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 27, 2015 @ 22:12:03

      If I lived in Australia Jack.. I am most sure I would be handling insects and spiders with caution.. 🙂 thankfully most of our species are not as deadly as some of your own.. 🙂 And its like plants.. I am teaching my granddaughter about plants.. What she can touch and ones to avoid.. She had a lovely day with us yesterday in which she got to taste and smell Chives, Mint, Parsley, Rosemary, and Sage.. and Lavender.. I played a game with her with her senses, and she remembered which was which via smell.. 🙂 I am happy you enjoyed reading Jack.. Blessings my friend _/\_

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  33. D.G.Kaye
    May 27, 2015 @ 02:51:18

    Nice to see you here Sue taking time out of the garden, yet writing about the beauty of nature and the power we have within ourselves when we keep a positive vibe. ❤

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  34. Michael33
    May 29, 2015 @ 00:56:51

    Good evening Sue… I don’t know that I could say much more than all these wonderful comments have already expressed… but this post is magnificent and I truly hope that all who see it will take it into their hearts… Thank you so very much for sharing your enlightenment with us…
    Hope your evening is most beautiful…
    Michael

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  35. Emma Sarah Tennant
    May 31, 2015 @ 11:09:17

    A lovely post Sue and funny that I’ve read two posts this morning about the mindfulness towards spider, you might enjoy this story of the spider who lost her egg sac and found it again 🙂 http://liberatedway.com/2015/05/28/on-being-mindful-and-responsible-to-living-things/

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