Time is an illusion
Mass obedience diffusion
You have to be in the weekday
Following the blind herd
Don’t know what they heard
Cogs in the wheel spinning around
Is it even real, grinding you to the ground
Governmental machine human kind
Everything around you a figment of your mind
Music that cannot be written
A world of make believe
Diversions on the path to deceive
Only we can come out of the time we so desperately hunger
Awareness will overcome wonder.
Dancing with the devil
Weighing the heart against feather
Ending in broken tears
The Black Sun (Sort Sol in Danish) is one of the most magnificent natural phenomena in Denmark that’s worth seeing at least once. Thousands of visitors from all over the world travel to the Scandinavian country to watch the sunset being blocked by massive flocks of birds, as for a few minutes Denmark’s sky resembles a painting.
Every year in spring and autumn, up to one million starlings migrate from Norway, Sweden and Finland, and on their way to France, Britain, Belgium and the Netherlands they create one of the most unique natural phenomena in Denmark.
The Black Sun, or ‘Sort Sol’ as the Danes it call it, occurs in southwestern Jutland in Denmark during autumn from August until the end of October, and in spring from the middle of March to the middle of April – when the starlings returning to the north make a stop at Wadden Sea National Park’s marshlands to rest and find food.
Sometimes the mysterious is warmer than the knowing. ~ DiosRaw
When feels serene in your life, even the dark storms look beautiful. ~ DiosRaw
Satsangi is a Sanskrit word meaning “seeker of truth” or “one associated with truth.” Some religious groups use the term to mean a person devoted to a specific dogma, particularly that religion’s dogma.
In the traditional sense, a satsangi is someone who joins in satsang, or a community of people gathered for the purpose of spiritual dialogue and seeking spiritual truth. A satsang can take many forms and may include discussion, chanting, meditation and music.