- Arrival of the Flower Ship, by Vladimir Kush
|—||Joseph Campbell (via mountainmystery)|
Asking for our help,
Will we know what they are saying?
When the plants speak to us
In their delicate, beautiful language,
Will we be able to answer them?
When the planet herself
Sings to us in our dreams,
Will we be able to wake ourselves, and act?
|—||Gary Lawless – Quoted in RADICAL ACCEPTANCE (via animalsandtrees)|
1. a quality, as of an experience or a work of art, that arouses feelings of pity, sympathy, tenderness, or sorrow.
2. the feeling, as of sympathy or pity, so aroused.
Etymology: from Greek pathos - suffering, sensation, akin to páschein - to suffe; related to penthos - sorrow.
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