“memento mori et carpe diem!”

un tsunami traverse mes pensées:”memento mori!” – rappelle-toi que tu cesseras de vivre… un jour, la vie se transforme en vide qui fait pleinement partie de notre existence… mais parler du néant, de ceux qui sont partis, et en prendre conscience, nous aide justement à mieux vivre, à approfondir et à améliorer notre relation avec la vie… au fait, nous avons tous besoin d’une main tendue, d’un cœur ouvert, et d’un regard doux pour partager les émotions de la vie… ❤
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ce sont des “immortelles des sables” – les fleurs préférées de Salvador Dali… elles sèchent mais ne se fanent jamais… j’ai pris ces photos dans sa maison de Cadaquès, Catalunya, Espagne…

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a tsunami goes through my thoughts:”memento mori!” – remember you’ll cease to live… one day, life turns into a void that is fully part of our existence… but talking about nothingness and those who are gone, and being aware of it, does help us to live better, to deepen and to improve our relationship with life… in fact, we all need a holding hand, an open heart, and a gentle look to share the emotions of life… ❤
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have a serene weekend, folks!

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Posted on 28 January 2017, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. très beau nom pour une plante, elles ont tout le temps la tête en bas?

  2. C’est la sagesse antique…

  3. Week-end plăcut și ție, multumesc pentru gândurile senine!

  4. i appreciate reminders to be bright in this brief streak across the skies… 🙂

  5. I do ponder what is to come because I do believe there is something after this. However, our purpose is the here and now and it is our duty to live it to the full.
    Leslie

  6. “immortelles des sables” what a magical phrase, Melanie. It often strikes me that French is a language that comes with its own intrinsic aesthetic. And I also wish I could have said that in French. Happy weekend! 🙂

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