These days I live in the poetry of the moment, touching the lives of others with pure, loving presence. Is there any other way to be? I listen compassionately to people from all walks of life, whether I agree with them or not. God gave us two ears and one mouth so we can listen twice as much as we speak.
True friendship is an honest caring, a concern for each other, the ability to listen without judgment. ' Tis also the capacity to be there for each other in good times and bad. Beloved Friendship is the highest form of human relationship. I moved from the small town of Ashland into the country to my own retreat place on the Applegate river a year and a half ago after a two-year involuntary vacation.
Now I live on a wild river in nature with a private beach. This retreat is cultivating my own true nature. I enjoy sharing this experience with all my Beloved Friends. This summer will continue to be a celebration of life.
I spend hours upon hours on the shore or sitting on a rock in the midst of this rushing river, feeling, touching and sensing the infinite presence of Source. I lay on a hot rock like a lizard feeling the earth and letting the river rush through me. You and I are much bigger than we know. We couldn't be separate from Source if we wanted to be.
I offer these words as a gift, an invitation to each of you. Write poetry, create beautiful words that sing out from your soul. Write what you see and feel, then share your song with others, express your art as well in every form, shape and color. Photo: Johnny Light in Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Arizona
"Johnny's music brings so much lightness to the heart that I carry his tunes in my heart for days." ~ Annie Ouelette, Grass Valley, CA
"I had the honor of being in the audience to hear Happy Oasis and Johnny Light singing their original songs. For those of you who love good music and lyrics that express depth and humor, I urge you to come and hear them. My spirit was uplifted by these two sincere and lighthearted beings who bring their enthusiasm and loving presence to their communication with the audience and with each other. Welcome to a magical evening and a wonderful chance to join in on certain songs." ~ Judith Shiner, Larkspur, CA.
By Johnny Light
Let's listen to the words of Almitra speaking of Love from Kahil Gibran's seminal work The Prophet.
Love gives naught but itself and takes…Continue
Posted on August 1, 2012 at 4:00pm