About Love



Nature is a mirror. A reflection of the incredible beauty, staggering power, endless energy, boundless love and infinite creativity that lives within the human walls you’ve constructed. Bring those walls tumbling down. Use the pieces to design a stairway to the impossible. When you rest, look into the mirror. You’ll discover your human form has evolved into the landscape of the heavens. You have become the full embodiment of everything that is natural, of everything that is god, of everything you’ve always been.

I SEE and FEEL the connectivity of the infinite universe. We are the infinite universe.

Learning, growing, playing, expanding and creating.

The energy every being emits is flawlessly entwined with the entire manifest realm. Our thoughts and actions mold reality. We become what we believe. We become what we understand. We become what we know. We become one.

Together, as one being, we have the beautiful ability to constantly radiate our pure source of love. As that love evolves, we understand we are THE source of love. We are God.

Limits dissolve. Fear dissipates. We become what we always were.

Any illusion of separation is exactly that, an illusion.

Sometimes the best answers are questions. Delve deep into your mind. Expand your knowledge and wisdom will flow.

Develop your senses. Engage your emotions. Lovingly embrace the totality of the individual self and experience the shift from independence to oneness. We all have the capacity. The choice is yours.

With infinite love and laughter,

I am YOU. We are God.

I am Love.



113 thoughts on “About Love

  1. What amazing experiences you are sharing. And I so agree — being outside and experiencing the raw beauty of nature is absolutely one of the best aspects of living. Thank you for liking my poem Parrot Fish — I do hope you’ll follow my blog. We recently returned from a month in Bermuda and hiked their Old Railway Trail — many spots gave way to breathtaking vistas of the iridescent aquamarine water, the coral reefs, and cliffs. We’ve also enjoyed incredible hikes in Bryce National Park, Grand Canyon, Hawaii’s National Volcano Park among others. Hiking is food for the soul!
    best wishes to you….Live and Love, lillian

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  3. Sara – I enjoyed reading the opening to your blog and about the CDT. You are amazing and full of energy. Like you, I find the outdoors as a sanctury for health and healing. I look forward to more of your posts, adventures, and continued enthuasium. You give me strength. This blog is “worth Diving for!” ~ Efren

    • Efren, I’m glad you’re enjoying it! There’s nothing quite as soothing as Mother Nature. I’m glad you’ve been able to experience it also! Thank you so much for you sweet words! It’s the small things such as this that give ME strength and inspiration. All my best!

  4. 🙂 there is a certain good feeling that I cant put words on, knowing that I made someone on another continent smile, however briefly. It kind of made my day really. By all means, anytime you are in Ireland, I would love to share the trail with you for a while. Its always great to have some good company along the way. We do have some really nice trails but they are quite easy going. That said, there is something great about ending a days walking in the pub with good food and a pint. In the mean time I look forward to reading more of your tales.

  5. Wow, love the blog. Im both impressed with your fantastic attitude to life and jealous of the hiking trails you get to use 🙂 Living in Ireland is great in so many ways but we do not have that kind of wilderness to go hiking in. Im very tempted to go back to the states next year for some hiking and it is a toss up between hiking in washington state or trekking in nepal. You never know, maybe I will get the chance to do both. In the mean time I look forward to reading more of your blog and being jealous, in a good way, of each of your hiking stories.

    • Philip,
      You’re very sweet. Your words definitely brought a smile to my face. Ireland is on my list of places to go! Did you know that you guys have your own “long-trail” as well? I would absolutely love to meet up with you when my journey to Ireland surfaces. You could hike along on the trail and then you wouldn’t need to feel jealous any more! : D In the mean time I definitely recommend Nepal. WA is great and everything… but the Great Himalayan Trail is next on my list to cross off and I can guarantee it’ll be worth every second! I’m happy to have you on board! Maybe I’ll see you further down the road

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