Legends & Mythology of India: Ravanna’s Stupidity

Here is another tale from Myths & Legends of India This tale is related to a god, Ravana. Ravana is a legendary king, found in the legend Ramayana. Here is a snip-bit from wikipedia: Ravana (IAST: Rāvaṇa; /ˈrɑːvənə/;[1] Sanskrit: रावण, Tamil: இராவணன்), Sinhala: මහා රාවණා), is the primary antagonist in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana … Continue reading Legends & Mythology of India: Ravanna’s Stupidity

Year 3: Dreams, Reflections, and Creative Expressions

Like a caterpillar whom transforms into the butterfly, I and you are forever evolving. I have entered my third here at WordPress.com, and I still enjoy posting my writings, insights, and information on Analytical Psychology, Mythology, Art, and tid-bits of the growing pains and emotions of life. This year was mixed with the typical reflections … Continue reading Year 3: Dreams, Reflections, and Creative Expressions

Whistle of the Wind

Check out a piece of this post in my article on Harness Magazine 🙂


Inside A Soul

“Whistle of the Wind

Let us not go
Where art does not flow
For through art is life
A breath one never knew
Only once the wind blew
And the whistle was sang and heard
The whistle of tree speech
A voice that can’t be breached
That which calls to our souls
Forever heard in our hearts
If only one would listen
Then one can glisten in the light of inner knowledge
A place within is our lodge
Safety and security
Peace and serenity
Let be let be
And one will see
And hear the voice of the knowledge trees
Through the whistle of the wind
                                        (written by ME on 8.5.14)”


Picture found on wordpress @: Islamic Reflections

I wrote this poem sometime this August. Why? I do not know, I wrote what came to me, because the phrase “Whistle of the wind” popped into my head…

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