My Wolf Eyes kousa dogwood is blooming. Since it has variegated leaves, the creamy flowers are almost lost in the light green foliage. But if you look closely, eventually you see a whole branch full of flowers. And then another, and another.
One of my meditation teachers, Shinzen Young, says, "Subtle is significant."
That little drop of calm, that tiny tickle of joy--these are the bread crumbs that show us the way on our spiritual path.
Sometimes it may feel like looking at white on white. Keep looking for the subtle variations. Like the Wolf Eyes dogwood.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Subtle White on White
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 4:00 AM
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