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At 4:59pm on February 14, 2009, maryse said…

om ah hung peace to you in this lovely spring Maryse/Ngawang Dolkar
At 3:29am on February 5, 2009, dinah mellin said…
Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos
when was your trip..tell me where it is
i find it hard to see everythign ont hese pages..there is too much usually.. but i found the mountain photos I love them..I have been too busy lately to absorb everything on these webpages.

bst to you
dinah
At 5:29pm on February 1, 2009, murrrzuk said…
Namaste dear Sally!
Thank you for your kind words, O happy to met you too!
You have amazing photo, so beuatiful!! I an enjoying it so long and can't stop ))
I want to chatting to you too but I am rarely here.
Maybe do you Skype?

Have a nice time!
Best regards.
At 11:04pm on December 30, 2008, Robert said…
Shanti 'Om Sally,

I love you! That is beautiful! Thank you for sharing with, caring for and loving us all! You are a light to the world and to me! May the New Year greet you with a smile and may you greet it as its' Master! ~Robert
At 5:23pm on December 30, 2008, Sandra Reis said…
Namaste, my dear yoguini Sally

Thank u so much, I hope you have a wonderfull 2009, full of love, peace and good vibrations!!
And let´s make much Yoga ;-))))
At 2:35pm on December 24, 2008, Clemens said…
Love is always present, in the world, in nature, in us. What changes is our realisation of it.
Sending you a heartful smile from nature, dear Sally.
love without end, Sandavala

At 8:11am on December 15, 2008, patty said…
Oh Robert, you have a funny sense of humor! he he. I do love how everything at the end rhymes, funny or sweet words with great meanings.
I am glad I've found this site. You people are special in many ways and I honor your friendships. :O)
At 8:09am on December 15, 2008, patty said…
Shanti is a beautiful name. I had a friend name Shanti once; many years ago. It was actually a NICKNAME of his real name, Santiago. Does your have a special meaning? It sounds just as sweet as Sally.

PEACE MY FRIEND,
Patty
At 9:06am on December 14, 2008, Robert said…
Hi Sally,

One.
Everything.
Nothing.
Eternal.
Finite.
Infinite.
Are we not all these in every moment? How many layers (dimensions) are there? How deep is your brain tissue? LOL

Light which is reflected can be much more powerful than the light itself! How many times can light be reflected in mirrors and still be at least as bright? How much more powerful can it be when focused?

:-) Robert
At 10:55pm on December 11, 2008, Ali Afifi said…
Welcome Sally to join my group on ipeace for questions about Islam and Quran
http://www.ipeace.me/group/IslamicQuestions


At 11:53pm on December 9, 2008, Nancy Kaye said…
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At 10:20pm on December 9, 2008, Robert said…

Hi Sally, Great to meet you! I love your photos and the one you have as your main photo is great!!! Some of the photos looked like the lake district in England. I agree with your thoughts! Truly, my hearts desire is to share with and care for those around me. I give of what I have to whomever is in my life, or comes into it. Yet I feel that I am not quite to the point of true detachment from "money/things". I am getting close, living more simply than most anyone I know. Still, I am a little too attached to comfort ... hope you don't mind me rambling... Just yesterday the power went out for 14 hours. It was cold and I could not work, I built a fire, took a nap, "suffered" with little to do. I played some music and lit candles when it got dark. Had a good chance to really think of how "spoiled" I am.
Even with very little, or just enough to eat, I am still living "like a king" with running water, electricity, a great view, security and freedom.. many other blessings as well. With a renewed appreciation for everything I do have, hopefully, I will be able to unlock a new level of cooperation with blessing and reach a higher level of peace of mind, body and spirit!
I am reminded of people who would be overjoyed just to have clean water to drink, even if they had to walk 5 miles or more to get it. Or people who never even have had a "real meal"... This moves me to proclaim and give thanks, I am free and blessed!
My heart seeks the freedom and health of all opressed and those living without enough. If I could knock on their door I would, if they could knock on mine I would open it. For now I will intend blessing to all as I give thanks for mine!
Thank you for sharing yourself.. Hope you don't mind my sharing this, I was inspired by your thoughts, somehow, to ponder yesterday's ponderings in today's light. Thank you for being here now! :-) (t.y. RD)
and thank you for being a friend! Unity of spirit! Robert
At 6:37am on December 9, 2008, patty said…
Thank you for adding me as your friend. I love your pictures; they were taken on crystal, clear, blue sky days; which can only reflects even more the message they are trying to portrait. I can see you have a gentle soul.
Take care,
Patty
At 9:30pm on December 8, 2008, Nancy Kaye said…
Hari Om Sally/Shanti,

Thank you for sharing your beautiful thoughts. Do you have a spiritual teacher? Is that how you received your name? I have been lucky to interview many living spiritual teachers on the planet. One sample is here.

As many of my clients know I attended the incredible 5 day Seeds of Compassion event in Seattle WA. hosted by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and featuring Archbishop Desmond Tutu and world renowned scientists, child caretakers, psychiatrists, psychologists, and educators. All coming together to discuss...and experience more compassion and teaching it in the school systems. I came away with many ideas and feel privileged to have been invited to participate. I write for many international publications and have written some articles on the event.
I am sharing some communication tips that I brought back with me for you.

Useful Attitudes for Speaking and Listening.

Open-Mindedness: Listen to and respect all points of view

Acceptance: Suspend judgment as best you can

Curiosity: Seek to understand rather than persuade

Discovery: Question old assumptions, look for new insights

Sincerity: Speak for your self what has personal heart and meaning

Brevity: Go for honesty and depth but don't go on and on

Namaste, Nancy
At 9:14pm on December 8, 2008, Sandra Reis said…


Hi dear Sally

I´m just here to say hello and to send a pic from shiva/shakti.

Shanti om
Hari om
At 12:00am on December 7, 2008, Nancy Kaye said…
Hello Sally/Shanti,
Years ago I had a business called Shanti. Fun!
Nice to meet you and be friends. I love the photos on your site. Are you a world traveler?
"It warms our heart to know that we have been understood. The connection with other people is true communication in action. The thread of connection weaves itself with others and we become one in understanding." ~ Nancy
At 7:27pm on November 25, 2008, frédéric said…

sorry we cannot have peace in the world...
i wish u lot's of warm thoughts and hapiness forever....
blessing and love ...
fred
At 7:25pm on November 25, 2008, frédéric said…
tashi delek dear Sally, very pleased to have on my way... your pictures are also very nice...i would like like u to become yoga teacher, i was this afternoon having a look on pantajali' sutra...lots of pesronal work is coming but so full of existential question so interseting...i share your opinion as said the dalai lama that without inner peace, we cannot have pe
At 7:27pm on November 18, 2008, Willem Amendt said…


Hi Sally, i can asure you that Tibetan culture will not be destroyed. There are worldwide so many organisations and individuals working with the Tibetans for this common goal. Sometimes i dream of the day, whenever it will come, that His Holiness leaves Dharamsala to return to his homeland. My dharma friends and i have decided that we will see His Holiness of from India where a massive amount of people from all over the world will be gathered. For now it's unthinkable and just a wishful dream. But who thought that it was possible for the Berlin wall to come down so suddenly? I believe that Tibet will be freed as soon as the Chinese people will be freed from the ruthless and violent Chinese regiem and we do what we can to help liberate the Chinese people. Be well, Willem
At 7:24pm on November 18, 2008, Leonice Santos said…
Hi Sally, thank you for your message. Have a good and a peacefull day.

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