What is it to work with love? … #Quote 138

And what is it to work with love?

It is to weave the cloth with threads drawn from your heart…

It is to charge all things you fashion with

a breath of your own spirit.


– Kahlil Gibran

~ by Julianna on July 12, 2012.

32 Responses to “What is it to work with love? … #Quote 138”

  1. Yes, it is x


  2. “A breath of your own spirit.” Exquisite.


  3. I enjoy your blog so much I’ve nominated you for the “One Lovely Blog Award”. You don’t have to accept it, but it’s kind of fun. You can check out the rules here:



  4. I have been inspired by your blog and have nominated you for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”! Check out the rules here:



    • Dave – somehow this got lost in the shuffle and I’m just seeing it now. Thank you so very much for this lovely nomination! I hope to have time soon to ‘officially’ accept the nominations I’ve received. In the meantime, I hope this blog continues to inspire you and many others! Peace – Julianna


  5. I love all the great thoughts and topics you bring in up in this blog. It’s really fascinating, I’ll be reading back through some of your posts soon

    In the meantime, I’ve decided to pass on the A Thought Provoking Blog Award to you. It’s a badge you can put in your side bar, and nominate others if you’d like. Here’s my acceptance post so you have an idea of what it is.


    Keep doing what you do! All the very best!! 🙂


  6. […] J. Ricci Energy […]


    • Aghh! I can’t believe it took me this long to respond to this wonderful nomination! I truly, deeply appreciate it. I create and maintain this blog in the spirit of Love, so that I might share such a vibration with any and all whom it reaches. It makes my heart smile to know that it is indeed rippling out and lifting up. Peace to you!


  7. Julianna,

    You have been with me almost from the beginning. As I wrote today’s “Something Happened,” you were a big part of my thoughts.

    Thank you.



    • Thank you for taking the time to send this (I’ve been offline all summer, so I’m glad you pointed out the post). You know, the thing I’m most struck by in your blog right now is the deep gratitude that is coursing through it. What a gift. What love. What presence. I am so deeply happy for you (still doing the inner Happy Dance on this one!).


  8. Hey there! I’ve nominated you for “One Lovely Blog Award” hope you’ll love it and accept it… 🙂


  9. Thank you for stopping by my blog and “liking” my post, “do grown ups not have dreams?” I’m so glad it led me back to your blog, it is quite lovely. I do hope you will visit again. I will certainly be back!


  10. Beautiful, I realized once I accepted LOVE as a gift to myself which sharing with others is a mere continuation of myself.


  11. Thanks so much for inspiring expressions that touch the soul, Julianna. And thank you for stopping by my prescriptiongetup “getting connected to self blog. Keep on inspiring us!


  12. Thanks for liking my blog on http://tiggerrenewing.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/48/ about being on Retreat – Buddhism also has lovely quotes and expressions as Now is the Knowing – what we can know is that we do not know and that maybe we should live a little more carefully in the future – if we open the mind, wiseky reflect , then we know how to live.


    • Now is the Knowing – I like that. Yes, there are so many beautiful nuggets to learn from so many beautiful teachings! Best to you, and thanks for sharing your wisdom here – keep it up!


  13. Nice blog, Thanks for passing by.


    • Md. Alessandra – thanks for your note. It’s always a pleasure to support others out here, as they blog (and live) their path! Hope you keep finding things you like here on this site – it’s filled with abundance! Be well – j.


  14. Beautiful! Thanks for stopping by The Brass Rag. Come back and see us soon.


  15. I love this artwork Julianna… Can you tell me where it is from? Thanks for turning me on to your blog too!


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