As it was given to me by others

so I afford it to you the same

that you may pass it on in time

to others deserving of the name.


R. Charboneau

 

 

Artwork: Nicholas Roerich – Mountains of the Five Treasures (1933)

4 thoughts on “Merit

  1. How exciting! I actually featured that painting too. Sometimes only the peacefulness of nature can reconnect us with our deepest selves. Your words work wonderfully with the painting, a short and meaningful meditation.

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    1. Thank you so much Gabriela! That’s so cool that you wrote about him. I will have to find it in your archive. I only discovered Roerich yesterday, and he’s such an inspiration. And his work is so contemplative. It’s calming just to look at. My favorite so far is one called Blessed Soul.

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      1. I know what you mean, I feel so recharged looking at his works. I love all his Himalaya paintings, it would be difficult to choose a favorite. AND he lived the most interesting life too! Such an amazing man.

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