Roses are treasures. Life seems like a horrible mystery when we fail to understand all the answers are really inside us. Roses are a reminder of the precious place we inhabit, the blessings we're surrounded with every day, but we fail to see them as gifts from the earth and start thinking they're something for us to cut and fumigate around with no contemplation, repeat after repeat until roses become just pretty but superficial gifts to millions, just another meaningless object to produce a swift and shallow reaction and then throw away in the garbage, like every other thing on our minds.
Roses' essential oil is so pure it can cure deep wounds from our childhood, stuff that mark us so deeply that the crack in our heart just produces every other destructive behavior in our later years, roses are so pure they can even heal that. But the greatest tragedy of our unconsciousness is not realizing that the beauty and pureness, the amazing gift and miracle of a rose is imprinted in all our hearts. That is why roses heal our broken hearts, because our hearts are very similar to roses, and we keep in them a box full of treasures, unlike anything this world has ever seen, but, as roses, we fail to cherish them, nurture them and thank for them, until they wither and eventually die, taking us with them.
That's when we eventually become roses with broken necks, a tragic image of something so beautiful but forgotten, ignored, mistreated, we become a tragedy, because human beings are tragedies sometimes.
But it doesn't have to be that way, not today and not for the rest of the days. You and me, we all can remember to nurture that heart, that incredibly beautiful heart we, as human beings all have; it just takes a bit of courage, a bit of inward focus and a constant reminder to understand your own nature, then just fulfill all the love you came to give to this world, you can't imagine how much that is, it's just not quantifiable.
Don't become a rose with a broken neck.
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About the Curator - Henry Gonzalez
Musician from Colombia, constantly inspired and moved by music and trying to express it in the best way posible, trying to find common souls who get as transformed by music and sound as he does.
Music can be a spiritual experience, you just have to find the right one.