Bonding, Creation in Gratitude and Awe
The wild backyard Bunnies (big and little) have scampered across the lawn after chewing on the grass, and I am grateful for the Splendor of the Holy One which I witness. The one yellow bearded iris is in full bloom and the wine colored iris is leaving until next spring. The golden citrus are hanging on the trees with mature fruit, as are also the babies just birthed from the sweet smelling white blossoms. Partially nibbled oranges and Passion fruit remain on the ground. Blackberries will ripen soon, and may be the meals for the bunny and every other creature visiting the garden. I hope this time they save one for me.
You may not know this Passion Flower. You can see some not yet revealed blossoms which tomorrow on Day 35 will open, reaching Malchut, having been through all the stages to get to this point of survival- which does not always happen.
I share with you a photo of the Passion Flower from my vine. It is Yesod.
Can I birth as beautifully as this extraordinary flower which gives strange tasting wondrous fruit?
What shall I birth? In Yesod, hmm, maybe my photos.
Yup, life-size palm-sized strawberries!