The sun is setting.
The sky above the horizon is colored in the most beautiful colors that light couldpaint.
They are fading into each other, turning into different shades without any interruption.
Everything is fluid and volatile.
Then darkness is taking over the sky. Light is leaving the world and night has come. I welcome the night
as part of the day. That I love as I love the light, since it makes me descry lightness.
I look into the world and I see life in everything. I love to see it. I can feel the life inside me connecting to all life around me. And then there is this continuous flow of life energy between two souls.
I don‘t want to see death. I can close one eye and see only life with the other one. Then I can pretend that presence is eternal.
I used to ignore death, but death wants to be seen. So it came to me and showed itself in its barest and
harshest form. With big black dead eyes, it stared into my soul. My innocent soul, that only wants to see life.
It made me close all my eyes, stop moving and feel dead from within. Feel the pure absence of life and
death as the inextricably part of life.
Now I feel life and death. I see life and death with both eyes wide open, in everything alive. As a
necessity to enable progression and development.
It doesn‘t have to lead to an end and involve pain and suffering but can lead to new spheres of existence.
I learned to love both, as I learned to love day and night.
How could I hate one of the truest of all things that I know is real?
How could I feel different than loving and grateful for anything that I experience?
The Tree of Life symbolizes the eternal cycle of life. Often it is pictured in symbiosis with other animals,
in which the tree provides living space and nourishes and protects these. In return, the inhabitants of the forest are providing the trees with nutrients and care for them.
The tree is a reflection of life and shows us the close connection between evanescence and reincarnation.
It represents growth and life force and the connection to mother earth. The roots are symbolizing
stabilizing forces, while the branches and leaves signify regeneration and progression.