Claire Elizabeth Terry, England

  • We don't have to be right

    Claire Elizabeth Terry, England

    (Submitted by the author)

    We don't have to be right, we have to be love.

  • Inherent magic

    Claire Elizabeth Terry, England

    (Submitted by the author)

    The basis for any discussion about the 'art of living' lies in having an acute perception of our own mortality, out of which arises a sense of the magic inherent in the very fabric which holds us alive.

  • The stillness

    Claire Elizabeth Terry, England

    (Submitted by the author)

    Listen to the stillness of your voice.

  • The Cat and the Plane

    Claire Elizabeth Terry, England

    (Submitted by the author)

    Why do we always assume that when someone dies they have ceased to exist on the 'earth-plane' (so to speak) and are in heaven, being reincarnated - or simply don't exist anymore? Could it not be that they do still exist on the 'earth-plane', but within a realm which simply requires a different kind of perception to the one which we're normally used to using?