Friday, January 14, 2011

The best advice is what the skylark gives by singing.

17 comments:

  1. hmmm. This one is a little confusing to me. I mean, I'm sure it's beautiful, but I might have gotten better advice somewhere.

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  2. NP, this is beautiful! Of course the best "advices" are always come from insight us: the nature. That's why when skylark singing we resonate our inner self, the true self.

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  3. The skylark sings when we become consicious, re-examine and replace the core values we were inculcated with as children that hold no truth for us as adults and replace them with healthy core values. Then the song the skylark sings resonates with our true nature.

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  4. We all should give such advice!

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  5. Is the skylark another name for a swallow? And if the skylark is either an African skylark or an European skylark, as well? I always wanted to know.
    YS.
    Mad-Axe Pete of Amarillo.

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  6. No, no, no, NO! "The skylark sings"! And when it sings it sings inside US! It makes us groovy!!! Comprende?
    Y.S.
    Mad-Axe Pete.

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  7. The skylark sings. It is doing what it is meant to do. And gives advice by example.

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  8. The skylark knows only three things: Birth, song, and death. Perhaps, its advice to us tois know three things: Birth, love, and of course, death.

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  9. NP, I've been h'ors de combat for a little while, and oh, how this aphorism lightens my spirit! Thanks!

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  10. NP, I'm with Judie. I need that skylark too! The sounds of nature can truly teach us about inner peace, can't they?

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  11. Follow your true path, whatever lies within each individual is a song, sung only by them to themselves. Its a gift given at birth, each one has a song internally that has been blocked by the logical way of thinking, in time diluting our instincts making it harder and harder to hear the song our heart was meant to sing.
    Lovely Marty...always lovely...

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  12. And boy can that skylark sing! Watching pros in action is one of the best ways to learn.

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  13. I agree, listen and learn. It's a beautiful song.

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  14. The problem is though in England, the song bird is in decline due to intensive farming methods, lose of habitat and the increase in larger species of birds such as the magpie. But yes a skylark song is beautiful to behold and hear has he/she soars high in the summer sky.

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