Saturday, August 1st, 2015
Get the Language Down
There are these teaser clouds, dark and foreboding looking, that suspend themselves and cling on to the mountain tips. I say “teaser” because, while they look as if to deposit some much needed moisture, they end up just hanging there. Eventually they disperse, being blown over by currents of air. At least one feels a protection from the sun.
Many folks are here on vacation. The signs of it are everywhere. Beach towels hang over balcony rails. Eating and partying carry on for some until 7 am. Luggage wheels drag over interlocked tiles making that rattling sound to indicate the coming and going of hotel visitors.
For our little impromtu drama group, we stayed put for hours in the local
their stage. It was tiring but rewarding. We got something accomplished. It
poses a challenge to do the directing with my English parlance to Hispanic
speaking folks. My Spanish is poor but to accommodate the actors and the
audience-to-come we are working with a translated script in the Spanish medium. Hindu
For communication, language is so important. So I found it interesting that one of our attendees at our morning beach sadhana is from the neighbouring island La Gomera where a common whistling communication goes on. It is actually a language called Silbo and is designed to send messages from one mountain to the next.
Now all we need to achieve is a good communication with God and that medium is called mantra. Let us do so with a heart.
May the Source be with you!