What is holy?

What is it to be holy you wonder.  Is a saint holy?  Is an eagle holy?  Is a daisy growing wild in a field of young grass holy?

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  1. maurice April 28, 2011 at 7:48 pm - Reply

    eveything and everyone on earth is holy! That what i think anyway!

  2. Elizabeth April 28, 2011 at 8:31 pm - Reply

    I believe everything and everyone is holy. Actually it is something I’ve been pondering (in the last few weeks) but in a different way… that we are all equal. But I’m trying to bring this across in a way that others can see it without sounding religious or new age (that is very restrictive I find), but integrate it in how I work and relate with others. Then I think that if we consciously believe that we are all holy, we start living it, which shows in how we interact with others. It is a subtle but strong way of bringing it across. Which is the best way as you don’t have to dedicate yourself to teaching it, instead you live it, and people will respond. I hope that makes sense.
    mmmhhh as I think about it further, if you believe the person in front of you is holy your behavior changes…. I wonder how ‘myself’ will react, communicate and interact with the other person when I purposely think she/he is holy (without my pre-conceptions) How interesting, I think I’m on to something… 🙂
    Gosh, thank you for asking!
    Elizabeth.

  3. Elizabeth April 29, 2011 at 2:30 pm - Reply

    Something happened last night. A royalty wedding. It felt like my breath was taken away. I’m perplexed and disturbed. I believe Queens and Kings belong in a fiction book. I guess I’ve tried to ignore this part of society’s belief so much that I believed it ceased to exist, it hasn’t. As I watched the wedding I was wishing that someone would suddenly say “did you like the show?” .. “wonderful actors don’t you think?”. But it is real. I feel so disappointed and distressed. Do you feel the same way? I feel like I’m from another planet.
    Which brings me to my previous post above… we are all equal, and then watching the royalty wedding its almost humorous, can you see it? I understand that in the past a society in a kingdom setting worked.. but now this is detrimental. But so many are in this daze following, just following, and there is so many of them….
    Have I gone outside the scope of your question? What is holy? sorry, I think I may have.
    Thank you,
    Elizabeth.

  4. Joanna April 30, 2011 at 2:08 pm - Reply

    Elizabeth, I totally get what you’re talking about. It does seem like a pageant or a show, and the cost was so huge. It’s the same way I feel about those survivor shows that keep people entertained without having to think or about hollywood start that make so much money for a movie. I’m happy for the royal couple but it’s just too much in a world where people are starving and the environment is at such risk. People seem entranced by all this perhaps because it takes them away from their humdrum lives. And yet there is beauty and joy around all of us.

  5. Jane May 1, 2011 at 5:07 pm - Reply

    These two have been born into a life that is to teach them what they need, I saw two beautiful bright faces believing in Love. There were many others there believing in Love too. Oh some were in fear of being judged but I saw in the faces of William and Kate a willingness to trust in Love. We all come from different places but we all are drawn to that light. Money buys many things in this world flowers and hats for a wedding..or guns and bullets for a war. It is a tool for us to use to learn and grow from.I didn’t pay much attention to the pomp and rituals for they mean little to me but saw two wonderful beings trying to do their best in their paths. I ask that they be surrounded in light and love.

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