Women of the Past Today
Wedding & Funeral, Women of The Past Today, ‘…you live, but it is not your life…people live on this earth, me and you, but who have already died in this life, their lives buried irretrievably and we do not have the strength to change anything; we are tiny molecules within an enormous machine and we perform certain movements-monotonous-deadening our souls our hearts and our minds….Sometimes it is good to be buried in your lifetime, so that you can flay away like a butterfly in your own direction-like a butterfly-beautiful-delicate-colouful add light-embracing like wholly, short-lived but living its life to the full…In which direction are you going? Where am I going? Where is my path? What do I see on my path? Who am I not seeing? How many miraculous things did you not notice, omitted, dismissed as unimportant, insignificant?…However many cultures and countries you think of-feeling of hurt, happiness, pain, love, hate-they all taste the same…’
Women of the Past Today,
Life Death – Death Life – Funeral Wedding – Wedding Funeral
This aspect should not be specified :- because it ‘relates to life during a lifetime’ in every situation.
A question to oneself: What kind of tomb are you living in?
What kind of coffin are you in?
The tomb you would be in is the basis of your upbringing, culture, traditions and customs.
The coffin, your personal reconciliation with the kind of life in which you have been indoctrinated rather than the one you want!
Do you have the strength to smash the planks of the coffin, emerge and fly away like a butterfly to a place known only to yourself?
A funeral and a wedding together – why not? After all, life writes its own history.
Sometimes a wedding is your funeral and a funeral your freedom
Every thing depends upon the position you find yourself in, in this world
You could also be buried alive – you live, but it is not your life, and you suffocate – have you the strength to get out of this yoke and your coffin?
It can involve your personal experiences – it might be your home, your religion,culture or tradition.
Your coffin, its size and type surely depends on your education and well being or lack of education and well being. It is meaningless. The problem is the same for everybody.
A funeral or a death is a relief from:- suffering, longing,love, hate or lost indispensable time.
Why not a wedding and funeral together? Is a wedding always happiness? Is a funeral always sorrow and tragedy.
Think how many people live on this earth, me and you, but who have already died in this life, their lives buried irretrievably and who do not have the strength to change anything – we are tiny molecules with an enormous machine and we perform certain movements – monotonous movements – deadening our souls, our hearts, our minds.
What sort of tomb surrounds you?
What sort of tomb surrounds me?
Sometimes it is good to be buried in your lifetime, so that you can fly away like a butterfly in your own direction – like a butterfly – beautiful – delicate – colourful and light, embracing life wholly, short lived but living its life to the full.
Do you live your life to the full?
Have you allowed yourself to be buried during your lifetime?
In which direction are you going?
Where am I going?
Where is my path?
What do I see on my path?
How many miraculous things did you not notice, omitted, dismissed as unimportant and insignificant?
How many women standing on the bridal step have started the journey towards their funeral?
How many regained their freedom at a funeral?
However, many traditions, cultures, countries and religions you think of, feelings of love, happiness, pain, love and hate – they all taste the same.
When and why did you die along the path of your life?
What is life for you? Maybe you are ok and you have never buried anything, nor were you ever buried by anyone in your lifetime, Maybe, actually You flew away, free as a butterfly……….