Face of the Divine

Many of us delight in caressing smooth new baby cheeks, the years-worn wrinkled hands and faces of the aged, and the softness of our beloved pets.

This photo is my favorite hugging tree. And I just love laying my hands on the bark of that cypress, the face of my beautiful friend, just like I have done to my beloved Robert’s cheeks.

For me, it’s a communion, a loving oneness. Nothing and everything is communicated during the silent touch, and I will continue to see the Divine in all the faces around me.

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