“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing which stands in the way.” …William Blake
Oh! The depth of poetry’s wisdom gives me goose bumps and feelings that reach all the way to my heart. Do you think William Blake “learned” this wisdom during his physical sojourn? Or do you think it was – and is – an attribute of his true Self that he “remembered;” an attribute that belongs to the state of being we’re all trying to recall and return to, which is that of LOVE?
We can all understand that his quote was mostly symbolic and metaphorical for what could there be about a “tree” that would move some to tears of joy? It doesn’t seem as if the tree he was visualizing was anything other than an ordinary green tree or as he referenced…
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