Breathe into me

peyto-lake-full-moon-banff-canada

At night I open the window and ask
the moon to come and press its
face against mine.
Breathe into me.

~ Jalaluddin Rumi, excerpt from “Some Kiss We Want” in A Year with Rumi: Daily Readings by Coleman Barks

 


Photo of full moon over Peyto Lake by Cath Simard. Peyto Lake is a glacier-fed lake in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. Don’t miss her other shots of Banff here.

Comments

  1. Everything Rumi wrote is inspirational! . 💕💕

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  2. Beautiful photo.

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  3. Sigh….

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  4. I’m there … 💓

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  5. I’m in love with a certain orb….

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  6. beautiful words and scene to go with them. i have always wanted to visit banff, and now more so than ever.

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  7. I love this….Rumi and the moon. (Does that make me a luna-phile or a lunatic?)

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  8. Beautiful.

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  9. I hope the Rumi movie never comes to pass. It will ruin him for me… http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5796022/

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  10. Reblogged this on Bright, shiny objects! and commented:
    Ahhh. Rumi…

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  11. The magic of the moon shadow cast over vast wilderness illuminates.. exposing…while my mind’s eye sees a high-lighted, section of the lake that looks like a spot on a map, inviting to explore, gifting an enchanting gateway to solitude, experience, memory…fueling, soul.

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  12. Great post. Thanks for this. My latest post is on Rumi. Check it out if you have time!

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  13. Wow!

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