627. Every beauty which is seen here by persons of perception resembles more than anything else that celestial source from which we all come. ~Michelangelo

The human mind is capable of excitement
without the application of gross and violent stimulants;
and he must have a very faint perception of its
beauty and dignity who does not know this.
~William Wordsworth

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I’m so blessed my Lord.
I can see you
In all the lovely things
So fine and true.
I see you in the beauty
Of the flowers and the rain.
I see you between the lines.
I can see you
Even when I’m lonely and in pain.
I see you in the beauty of the stars at night.
I see you Lord
In sorrow and in happiness.
I see you in the glory
Of sweet success.I see you Lord
Every hour, everyday.
I can see you Lord
Whenever I pray.
~Excerpted lyrics from a song
by Aiza Seguerra

The Lord gives sight to the blind, the Lord lifts up those who are bowed down, the Lord loves the righteous. ~Psalm 146:8  ✝

** Image via Pinterest, text added by Natalie

13 thoughts on “627. Every beauty which is seen here by persons of perception resembles more than anything else that celestial source from which we all come. ~Michelangelo

  1. A comforting reflection of the blessings which abound—as we sadly often allow then to go unnoticed
    Cats were obviously on both our minds today 🙂
    Hugs and love and may abundant blessings be bountiful your way dear Natalie—
    peachy cookie

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  2. William Wordsworth was one of my favorite poets in English Lit. and probably instilled in me my first true love for poetry. Then when the subject is the Lord’s Blessings, then I think we cannot lose, and with you as our guide, I know this for certain. 🙂 Be well Natalie, prayers and good wishes coming your way.

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