Welcome To A World Of Love

102 thoughts on “Welcome To A World Of Love”

  1. Oh Amy, how I love this. The strength of your convictions, your powerful words and beautiful images and the amazing voice of Josh Groban. Did you know he’s one of my favourite artists? I’ve seen him in concert in Melbourne twice and he was incredible. I also love that you dedicated this to your husband. Beautiful post. Much love and hugs from me. xxx ❤️🙏

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    1. I love Josh Groban as well, Miriam. This morning I’ve got your name right. (smile) All of us are in a place we either close the door of fear or we continue to be swallowed whole by the effects of fear. Love truly is the answer and it is possible even in today’s world. I’m SO happy you enjoyed this and I pray you took with you encouragement to keep your door of fear closed. And you being privy to certain circumstances of my life, know why I dedicated this to my hubby. (smile) Much love to you !!! (((HUGS))) !!! xo

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      1. Yes Amy, I well understand the significance of your dedication. Love truly IS the answer. Keep shining my lovely friend while I do my utmost to keep that door well and truly closed! Big hugs xxx 🥰

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      2. Aw, honey, I too must be diligent with the door to fear. Sing, dance, pray, OMMMM, meditate, ….. whatever it takes to keep the fear at bay. We’re in this together!!! xoxoxo

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  2. That last red rose is so pure dear lady, its color just glows. Great pictures Amy and I also must say that plant with the pink flowers with the deep purple core by your front step has grown exponentially since I last saw it. Have you been passing it by each day and feeding it love? It is becoming so glorious 😂 🤣 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. Yes, Mark, my Rose of Sharons this year have been phenomenal. I cannot take my eyes from off of them. Some of my flowers this year did not do well but these ….. incredible! Of course I have been feeding these flowers love with my eyes. May you have a glorious evening!! Much love to you! xo

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  3. Omg Amy this is so beautiful and touching. The words of encouragement, the verse. And I loved those oranges and yellow hues, I’m definitely going to use one of those flowers in my next post😇

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    1. Aw, Jude, your words brought such a soft smile to my face. Thank you! My world is truly founded on love and that is what will be as my door to fear remains closed and bolted. Let me know when you use one of my flowers …. I am honored, dear friend. SO glad you came away from this post “feeling” the “intention” I wove into it. Bless you! Much love to you! xo

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  4. So well expressed…
    The only way to defeat fear is to challenge it…to face it….
    Love gives the strength to face all odds and live life…
    Beautiful images of flowers…
    God bless you 🙂🙏🌹

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    1. Thank you, Krish. I agree with you about fear. We have to face it, resolve it then close the door on it. Anyone who stuffs fear behind a door (oops I really should have went into more detail about this) is only fooling themselves. And again absolutely correct about love. God bless you too!! xo

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  5. Oh Amy, you have done it again! Not only have you shared the most breathtaking photos, but your message is right on time!

    Indeed, fear chains us. It robs us. It drains us. Yet, like a safety blanket, it’s very easy to return to what we know is killing us! Changing our hearts and minds does take time. Little by little, our faith and perseverance turn into new, healthy habits.

    As someone who has lived through much trauma in her life, fear can be debilitating. What you said is so true. Oh the freedom waiting for us when we let go of fear and fight for life! I love it, sweet friend. Thank you for sharing this inspiring post in a way only you could. You’re amazing. ♥️

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    1. LOVED reading your words to me, Holly. Bless you! Fear is the enemy of today’s world and when we finally see this, and do something about it, that is, say NO to fear, we then can begin to live our lives as we desire them to be. Baby steps however, in the recreating process. What we’ve all been through takes a toll, and that being said, nurturing and self-love is a must right now. I too have lived through much trauma, dear friend, and yes I still get triggered but not as acutely as I once did. We carry our scars. I know. It’s what we do with those scars is what is important. I’m so very grateful to have those such as yourself around me. There have been so few in number those who are brave enough to shake free from the shackles of fear. It brings such relief and joy to my heart when I cross paths with someone who valiantly lives. Thank you, Holly, for shining your light! xo

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    1. Thank you, Jet, so much. Its so good to see you here. My gardens still yet do have color but I am feeling Fall in the air which I don’t want to admit. I’ve actually begun the heavy cleanup and pruning required before Winter gets here in my gardens. It’s quite extensive. Hope you had a truly wonderful day today. xo

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  6. Your garden is truly enchanting Amy, it is with gratitude I feel the presence of love expanding from your garden of love… and yes I see the door chained closed, all rusty as if it happened do long ago❤️ sending you love Amy🥰

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    1. My apologies, Barbara. I just realized today I did not answer your other comment and now I don’t know where it is. I am so grateful for your support of my intention of spreading love and light and beauty and HOPE. My door is closed as I know yours is too. Much love to you today!! xo

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      1. I’ve been intensely focused to move forward again, dear one. Haven’t been here a lot, just being so very careful of overdoing on the computer and what I see. I’m extremely sensitive right now. Thank you so much for understanding! xo

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  7. So beautiful, Amy. Not only the photos, which are always outstanding, but the sentiment. You are so right about fear being a habit and habits being hard to break. I’ve broken so many of them so many times one would think they didn’t have anything left to stand on, and yet back they come at the first inkling of fear. Some days it seems as if I have only two emotions — fear and anger at the stupid things I did to trigger the fear. Bit. I can counter that by sitting on a banana with peanut butter on it or by spilling a dish of ice cream in mu lap and I’m right back to my klutzy normal self.
    On my way out to look for more bananas now.. I just sat on my last one but at least no peanut butter on this one. Love you kid! 😇🌹❤💖💕

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    1. Habits are tough to break, Angie, especially when we have been doing them over and over again for years. The more we practice new habits to replace those that do not serve us any longer, the better we will get with change. And please, be kind to yourself. We all do “stupid” things at times. I’ve learned to laugh at myself mostly. I will no longer get angry with myself for that is only self defeating. Hope you have a great weekend!! Much love to you! xo

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  8. Hi Amy! Love every word of your statement! Yes! Closing and bolting the door to fear!! The colors on your beautiful flowers are shining clear and bright!! Love the flag too! Hold steady, steer your ship and keep on heading out to the horizon – you are the compass now!! Bon voyage!! Much love, Donna

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    1. Thank you, Donna! It is of absolute necessity that we bolt that door that leads to fear these days if we wish to have any kind of happiness in our lives. Letting that fear go allows for lightness to come in along with a huge sigh of relief. I’m holding steady and I know you are too!! I’m so proud to call you friend. Much love to you and may you have a really great weekend!! (((HUGS))) xo

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  9. There’s so much wisdom and your words hon and I agree I refuse to live my life in fear and am only moving forward as the brand new woman that I am and becoming 👯‍♀️❣️And the pics are sooooo absolutely gorgeous dear ❣️((BigHugs)) xox StacyAnne 👩🏻

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    1. Aw, StacyAnne. I always look forward to read what you leave for me. Bless you! Unfortunately we are the minority who are not living in fear. People must come to their own understanding that their own fear is allowing them to be controlled and that it takes their critical thinking away from them as well. I SEE and every opportunity that presents itself I point out the acute “wrongness” that is raging out of control. Thank you again for enjoying my photography, one of my passions of my heart. May you have a glorious weekend. It’s turned humid here and dreading to be outside today, but I am going out. Much love to you!! BIG (((HUGS))!! xo

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  10. Absolutely sublime, Amy. Transcending toxic patterns is hard, ongoing work. I look at it like training. There’s a huge risk of slacking off, and few are those who can go the distance. There is a point of no return, however, where fear can no longer reach you. Welcome to the other side.💖

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    1. Ah, didn’t I just talk to you? LOL Seriously thank you for your compliment, Julie. Transcending toxic patterns especially from the core is THE most difficult work any of us will ever undertake. Oh yes it takes training and much diligence in the heroic efforts to shake ourselves free. So many wounded children are walking around so shut down to which I heartfully pray they wake from their slumber in order to rid themselves of their own toxic dumps within. Those of us awake and having done the work (and ongoing as well) just have to tighten the hatch, so to speak, keep our heads down, and live from our hearts in our own little sphere until the storms pass. I also agree with you there is a point of no return where fear can no longer reach us. That is true and absolute freedom!! Much LOVE to you, dear one!! xo

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  11. That is it exactly Amy, no fear, the best is yet to come. We live the life that was given to us from the very beginning. Filled with a loving spirit that know one can touch. Our spirits belong to the One. No one else is allowed to touch it or take it. Love and peace to you dear Amy.

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    1. Wow, Sandra! Honestly I am not surprised coming from you, but your words are so inspiring and so powerful! No fear! I do not have fear …. fear is NOT of God. Despite me having several “strikes against me health wise” I still will not fester in fear. It has been so FREEING to live MY life according to God’s love and peace. I know you know what I am talking about. Much love and peace to you as well!! xo

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    2. It is not often I comment upon other peoples comments… But Sandra J, I have to on this occasion because your words ring So SO True…. ” No one else is allowed to touch it or take it “…. beautifully said 🙂 May our Human Sovereignty remain true within our hearts…. It’s not for taking!… ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. I just read your post about Personal Bill of Rights. All those statements are so true. Especially the right to say NO, the most powerful word we can use as individuals to hold up our beliefs and stay true to them. Thank you.

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      2. Thank you Sandra… This was not my own words, I reposted this from another blogging friend Mother Wintermoon.. a blog well worth the visit..
        I had to repost it on my own blog, something I do rarely as her words so mirrored my own… THANK YOU for reading..

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  12. Glorious Words Amy… From a heart who has transformed through the portal of much searching to emerge on the other side Free in her heart-space within her truth and beauty she is within… That she shares through her lens of the world she sees…
    Thank you dear Amy… I love your world of LOVE ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Thank you so much, Sue! This transformational journey has been a very long one and I hesitate to say it is over. Is it ever really over? I just know there is an unwavering knowing in me now and as well my throat chakra is opened, allowing truth no matter when to come forth. I feel different. I feel as if I’ve slipped into my berth …. me. I’m so convinced I’m better now that in seeing a picture of me last year my first thought I look so much better now. Well, to my surprise in looking in the mirror, I saw just about the “same”. Joke on me. Yet in all seriousness, I do not feel the same. And I love it!! BIG (((HUGS)))!! xo

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    1. Thank you, so very much. My red roses have been rare this year for some reason so when I heard how this one drew you, I smiled broadly. I see another red rose blooming. I’ll make sure to capture her! SMILE!! xo

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  13. Spectacular photos, Amy. Simply divine! Thank you for inspiring and empowering message. 🙏Your spirit comes through in your photos and words. What a joy it is to connect with you. Blisses and best wishes, MW ❤️

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    1. Thank you so much, MW. Your spirit I can feel imprinted upon your words. What a gift you left for me. Bless you! I understand when you write it is such a joy to connect with YOU! So much love and many blessings to you, dear one! xo

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  14. There is so much fear right now, Amy. The fear is what drives the opposition we all feel. Sometimes I think I am better off just being home…that this imposed exile is not the worst thing. But then I remember the people I love and how I don’t get to see them…and I remember that just when I had become a touchy feely person…because for many…many years I could not be touched and did not touch others either…all touch has been suspended. I know things will change. Maybe not in the near future but the best we can do is to stay in the energy of love and cast out the fear.
    Sending you lots of good energy. Your photos are so so beautiful. I have missed you! ❤

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    1. Yes, Lorrie, there is so much fear in the world today, yet that is not my story, nor will I feed into it. I’ve learned to by-pass it and stay in my happy bubble. There is no exile in my life … I’m following through with my choices to avoid the insanity. I know how to enjoy my own company and I do have those in my life I can connect to via phone. Touch …. I will not allow anyone, I don’t care who, to tell me I cannot touch. No way! I touch who I want to within my circle of acquaintances, those who are also detached from the fear and control. No one has the right to tell me how to live my life! I’ve worked too hard to know who I am and create my own life. I am now staying in the energy of love every moment of every day after going through more hells then I’d like to admit as I did connect to the destructive fear. No more!
      Sending you lots of love, encouragement to be you, and a knowing, in God there is no fear. Much love to you!! xo

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      1. Love it Amy…and love You! There is freedom in the choices you have made😁 And I know some of the he’ll you have gone through…isn’t it nice to be in charge of our lives and to create it the way we want it to be? Much love to you…keep true to yourself dear friend💜💜

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    1. My Hubby is a Vietnam Vet, Shelly, who at times is unreachable as he sinks into PTSD, paranoia, and fear. I have learned to be patient, wait it out, and know with NO doubt that he again will return to the land of the living. No 18 year old should EVER be subjected to what he was. His mind and soul broke but love over the years is slowly healing that brokenness. BIG SMILE! xo

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    1. Fear yes can enter us when we allow it to. It is human nature to be afraid at times but the whole challenge is to not stay afraid. Love IS the answer to all problems. You are welcome for the share. xo

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