Isn't it a great rainbow-week? I love to write all those colorful posts and I shall try to do that today again with green the fourth color of that graceful colored bow ... set as a gift to us by God. It's His promise to the world that He will never leave us alone ... it's a token of His Love.
Green is the color that belongs to the 4th chakra Anahata (at the center of the chest also called Heart Chakra). It's stimulating healing and makes self-love stronger and with that the love for others. As I already mentioned in my 'Red'-post Green is the spiritual color for love. Green is aligned with Venus and the Moon and has effect on our ability to share unconditional love and compassion. Wow! What a strong color!
|Credits: Green Heart|
shared with the world
green heart beats
Did you know that there are green flowers? I only know one kind of succulent with green flowers. I don't know the name, but I have it in my garden at the front of my house.
between colored leaves
the color of the heart
green and not red as ever
ah! what a shock
Green the color of love, the color of the heart. Let the green color sent you the unconditional love her strong energy.
This prompt will stay on 'till November 8th 11.59 AM (CET) and our new prompt blue I will post today around 10.00 PM (CET).
Have fun, enjoy all kinds of green and be inspired to write and share your haiku for Carpe Diem.
Green hearts and succulent flowers, yes, what a shock! Lovely.ReplyDelete
What lovely haiku ~ I like the first one ~ imagine if that could be ~ lovely set and wonderful photos ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ReplyDelete
Wonderful with green hearts, though my first thoughts went to envy :-)ReplyDelete
I thought that I had linked the green meme this morning. But everything had been hectic, so I've linked it again. In case I have sent a double, please erase one.ReplyDelete
I have posted a response to the green prompt. I really need to pay attention to posting times... I am sooo sorry to be late. The painting in the haiku response to the prompt is just completed. I thought it was perfect to write a haiku for. Thanks for all your hard work.ReplyDelete