On those mornings
When the heart weighs heavy on the soul
Remember to rejoice
Give thanks for the clouds bringing the rain
That revives and nourishes the new and unexpected
Growing inside us
On those mornings
When tears fall like the rain
Allow them to wash away the past
Bringing us back to the present
Where life can be lived, and
The heart swims deeply in the soul’s still waters
Author: Don Iannone, D.Div.
Photographer, poet, teacher, complementary medicine provider, interfaith minister, and former economic developer. Holds a Doctorate in Divinity, Master of Divinity, Master of Mind-Body Medicine, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology. Clinical certifications in Reiki, guided meditation, life purpose coaching, and spiritual counseling. Author of 12 books, including two new books in the contemporary spirituality field. Learn more here.
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10 thoughts on “Rejoice in the Clouds and Rain”
Great way of putting it. I really needed this, too many things going on lately and this was just wanted I needed thanks. I’m going to forward this to my mom, she can use this as well right now.
Thanks for stopping by Pecos Blue. I loved playing in the warm summer rain as a young boy. Your comment about your son made me recall that. The rain, tears, all eventually washed away…
I love the rain and it is so true. But for some reason my two year old does not?
Thanks Polona and I hope tomorrow is better for you
that was a nice reminder and the one i needed rigt now, i suppose (bad day at the office)…
Joanne: Good hearing from you. Tucson sounds GREAT, but hot this time of year. I’m sure you have a great eye for photography and you can use it as soon as the good camera comes along.
Recently back from Tucson, and thought I would pop over to see you here and I find the continuation of lovely poetry and some amazing photos to look at too. The last two or so years has taught me the heavy days are as meaningful as the light ones, with as much to offer and to teach and to be experienced.
*sigh…Someday perhaps I will have a “real” camera. For now, thank you for sharing these with all of us!
Thank you Dan!
I will. Thanks, Don! And thanks for the continuing beautiful photos.