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There is something unthinkable when you float in the cosmos with the planets orbiting around you. 

There is something powerful
When the moon touches the sun for a good night kiss.

Birth is one of those times when everything stands still and there are no words just the pitter patter of hearts meeting, beating as one.

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Death is the other side of the coin when you realize there is no difference between the two and you hold each breath sacred at the beginning until the end.

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There is something unspeakable when you realize the synchronicity of this duality. Each stops your heart and opens you to new beginnings and endings.

The circle of life continues as we open to universal wisdom of truth and love that we will never be apart.

Always together soulfully experiencing love and beauty.

There is something Unfathomable in this time of Covid holed up in our rooms with sadness and fear. 

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There is something unspeakable when loved ones cross over to the other side from this robber of our lungs and we feel so helpless in despair.

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There is something undeniable when God enters the room and your spirits ignite and you realize we are made out of the same cloth; always United.

The unspeakable universal wisdom when you see you and your loved one’s souls spirit; holding Court as Angels.

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This comes with a heavy heart with the news of my son’s girlfriend’s aunt passing from Covid last week. She was 65. She didn’t feel well that week and went to the doctors and they said she had pnemonia and sent her home. The next day she died. The autopsy confirmed it was from Covid.

My heart goes out to all of you grieving from the losses you are facing from Covid, (Mary so sorry about your brother), suicide, sensless shootings and all of life’s illness and tragedies. The world is grieving right now and we are in this together as we continue to find light in the dark to hold the torch for our fellow travelors of truth. While there is no sense to be made, we are deeply cleansing our world to make way for a new expression of being. We must never loose hope and continue to let compassion and love be our guide while we make way for a new world where we can put aside our differences of race, sex, color, creed, cast, that manifests our vision of peace and equality for all. I have personally been moving in and out of sadness by the killings, Chadwick Boseman’s passing while watching his countless movies and all of the other tragedies we are all dealing with. Although he lived a short life, he lived it fully and left a mark on all humanity and he is a hero. Heaven holds our hearts even when we can’t see it or may have lost all hope. Hang in there and keep the faith.

❤️🙏

Cindy

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Kamal Shrestha
1 year ago

Nice imagination and so sorry about the sad demise of girlfriend’s aunt….

Pankanzy
1 year ago

Sad Yet Beautiful 🥰. Love That You Care For Son’s Girlfriend’s Aunt In a World Where Nobody Cares About Even Sons.🙏🤗

Rishika Jain
1 year ago

Cindy, this post is going in my favorites. Absolutely love it❤

Rishika Jain
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

🤗❤

Thegirlwithapuzzledmind
1 year ago

This was such a heartfelt post Cindy. I loved the whole thought behind this post.
Lets keep our faith intact in tough times.

Ingrid
1 year ago

Sorry to hear of that sad loss. Wise and timely words which are much needed at the moment 🙏

Dulcy Singh
1 year ago

Such a wonderful post on birth and death. Both birth and death are a beautiful experience of any individuals life journey but no one likes the last one.

Dulcy Singh
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

My pleasure 😊 ☺ 💕

Kumar Harsh
1 year ago

So kind of you to share this Cindy. Dealing with a loss and that too of a loved one is a shattering one. I can very well understand how they must have felt. May they have the strength to bear the loss. These are really difficult times Cindy. Especially for all those who had a set routine to their lives. Especially the working professionals. Losing Chadwick was so surprising as he never let his guard down. He stayed a king and he always will be a king. I hope you are well Cindy. Hope everything at home is good. 😇

Kumar Harsh
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

😇

Era
Era
1 year ago

Such a heartfelt post, beautifully penned 💙

Era
Era
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

😊😊

Yernasia Quorelios
Yernasia Quorelios
1 year ago

♡ Goddess, Mother Nature, would have recorded “the cause of death” as “pneumonia”; hmmm, “God”, Pharma, Records COVID-19 as “the cause of death” and Makes More Money from Sales of Vaccines that ARE Useless but People Panic and Buy The Vaccine

…♡♡♡…

marlene ford gf Sesse
marlene ford gf Sesse
1 year ago

Such a heartwarming post. I especially appreciate your correlation between birth and death.and the beauty of both.
Loved the fabulous photography.and your genuine warmth and love ❤️ you showed for your sons girlfriend.

Marsha
1 year ago

I’m so sorry for your losses, Cindy. Your poem is a beautiful tribute to what is happening in the world right now. It is surreal. God bless.

Marsha
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

You have friends in Cyberspace. 🙂

Lisa at Micro of the Macro
1 year ago

Lovely, Cindy. Thank you for sharing these wise words. 🙏

Deb
Deb
1 year ago

Beautifully said Cindy

gulfcoastpoet@gmail.com
1 year ago

Cindy, this is a beautiful post, both the beautiful poem and the well-chosen photos! <3 This is a little light shining in the darkness of our times. Take care, Cheryl

Ashish - Proxywords
1 year ago

Nice analogy of birth and the death. A heartfelt post and so sorry for your loss. Hope the family is safe and you are there with them

Shruba
1 year ago

Sorry for your loss. These are tough days. But I keep hanging on to the old words of wisdom, after the darkest night comes the light of breaking dawn. 🥺❤

Ladysag77
1 year ago

I’m so sorry for yours and your son’s girlfriend’s loss. This is s beautiful and heartfelt tribute. All lovingly woven together. Birth and death, peeks behind the veil of illusion. We are all one, there is separation from our Creator and ourselves. Love is the guiding force of it all❤

Ladysag77
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

She absolutely is while existing in pure bliss now🌌 Did you get the book? I had my ritual initiation ceremony last night and it was amazingly transformational! I’m still in Idaho but yes a post about it all is on its way soon❤
Always a great pleasure to interact with you Cindy and spread what’s in my ❤

Ladysag77
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

Wonderful, yes I agree it’s right around the corner❤ I was thinking the exact same thing about the need to process and digest all of this. I’m giving myself today to ride the high, bask in the glow and float on cloud 9 before I write. I live a very intentional life so that everything I do is directly from my heart ❤

aratibanstola
1 year ago

I’m so sorry for your loss.
You have penned it beautifully, Cindy. Take care.❤

Rishika Kakar
1 year ago

This is written so beautifully and yet it is so heart wrenching. Grief and loss are deep and unfathomable oceans. But together, it is possible to swim through. My heart goes out to you and your loved ones who are dealing with this loss. Stay strong. ✨❤️

Aradhana Singh
1 year ago

Nice blog post

PoojaG
1 year ago

I am so sorry about your son’s girlfriends aunt. That is just so terrible. This year has truly been a very difficult and sad one. Hopefully things will get better soon.

sloppy buddhist
1 year ago

I remember when my mother died in January and a friend told me “happy birthday to your mother” felt like such a different response to me at that time… perhaps he is right…birthdays into different planes…who knows but these days it seems good to talk about death and normalizing it as a part of life…always hard stories to live. Heartfelt words Cindy sending loving kindness to you and your loved ones ~ hugs hedy ☺️🤗💫

Unlocking The Hidden Me
1 year ago

Firstly, very sorry to hear about your loved one’s loss. May The Almighty give patience to the family and bless the very soul to rest in peace.
Wonderful poem describing beautifully both the aspects of our life from the beginning till the end. This truth of our circle of life is indeed undeniable, unthinkable, unspeakable and cryptic, we can never know what’s hidden, when our life strings be detached and when we will enter this known yet very unknown new world.

Unlocking The Hidden Me
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

Pleasure is mine dear to read such enlightened thoughts of yours. Thanks for sharing
Stay happy and Take care, you too❤️🤗
Regards
Samreen

indianeskitchen
1 year ago

That is so sad! I am sorry your family has had to go through this.❤️

Markus + Micah
1 year ago

Sorry to hear about your loss. There is so much grief that we are nursing in the world right now. Your thoughts are so gentle and beautiful and true.

Nawazish
1 year ago

This is such a heartfelt post. Birth and death are part of life but still they play a very important role in our actions. Dealing with a loss of loved one is not easy but life moves on and the grief remains!

rothpoetry
1 year ago

This is such a heartfelt write! So beautifully woven together … life and death and the connection between the two. So sorry for you loss. Scary when the doctor does not follow through. Sending you prayers and wishes for folks to comfort and support you through this!
dwight

rothpoetry
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

Thank You!

akshita1776
1 year ago

This is definitely a favourite

thereluctantpoet
1 year ago

Such a warm, wise and wonderful post, Cindy!!! Really loved the message and the photos – Bellissimo!
Chuck
xoxo

thereluctantpoet
Reply to  Cindy Georgakas
1 year ago

My pleasure! Really love your writing style and topics!!!
xoxo
😘💕🌹

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