Thursday, February 10, 2011

The Love and how to Reach it.

9 comments:

Gudrun said...

Wow!
Absolutely stunning.
The paintings by Nina add a touch of magic to a perfect posting by Les.
Thank you ♥

Visible said...

Kudos to you both!!!

That's beautiful. It has a Lord of the Rings feel to it that I really like.

I am honored.

nina said...

I'm impressed! It came out beautifully, Erik. Its nice to see the font you've used for Visible's message. There are very few places where Papyrus is appropriate and this is the best use of it I've ever seen. All your design choices in putting this together are wonderful, heh.

Dave Klausler said...

Nice.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for doing this! I often think Les has done my "all time fave" post of his...until the next one comes. But this one really is special and I appreciate the way you enhanced it. Happy days, MV PS: I've shared this link with a buncha friends.

moonshining said...

Nina, you have been touched by the Divine! But, that's old news to you - I see the influence one human being can have on a few, and it can have that same power of Love on millions - by sharing truth & knowledge.

Les is more - we all know that...

You are a wonderful Mirror.


moonshining

KRSNA

Anonymous said...

When the spider (some renditions of Ramayana say squirrel) was kicking in its grains of sand with love to serve Lord Ramacandra, the Lord accepted the service offered with love, despite the seeming insignificance of this jiva embodied in such a small material vehicle. Yet this spider obtained through his purchase, Lord Ramacandra's eternal glance.

Em said...

I just found this and WOW! It is such a blessing from Vis to all of us. Nina's artwork is beautiful and perfectly complements the text. Thank you to everyone involved with making this special site.

Anonymous said...

First time for me too... beautiful works by everyone. Love it all.

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