The Magic Tree « peripheral perceptions
Submitted on 2009/12/11 at 4:40pm
[...] neighborhood is a magical sight that delights the soul no matter what the age. It’s called The Magic Tree. Every holiday season since 1995, neighbors of the tree have sacrificed the tranquility of their [...]
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Will: I have not even seen your tree in person, and I am beyond inspired by it, the effort you put into it, and the philosophy behind it. You are an inspiration and a blessing to the world. I hope to get to see the tree this year, but for now, I have a great picture of my grandchildren under the tree. Keep up the inspiring work.
There is something very spiritual about light that shines in the darkness. Your tree inspires peace and hope and love and joy. I have not yet seen the tree this year, but hardly a day goes by that I don’t think of it and receive much joy. I will be making several trips to the tree in the next two weeks to share your generous gift with my family and friends. May you be blessed. May you know peace.
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that is soooo awesome what you do!!! thanks for brightening up this world – it can be really dark sometimes! i can’t wait to come by & view the tree =). Blessings to you!
This open forum opened my eyes
People reviewed poetic looks and listened
The cooks took turns administering pies
To settle the hunger for peace, our egos glistened
Then our hearts throbbed with courage
The zen situation a moment of joy
The combination of currents
And the river water of love to a girl and boy
There was names of kind herbs
Exchanged with mankind
The harmony shifted our filters
As we all did rewind
Into a time of tenderness
Looking glass rhythms
Where all of our thoughts
Became one with the prism
The visions for peace
then depicted through art
Belayed how we needed
Our cities garden to start
Promoting the gift of a
Beanstalk to Mars
So children of amnesty
May reach for the stars
Peace and well-being
I cannot wait to come see your tree! I want to do a similar piece of art on our pepper tree. Perhaps a movement could start…magic trees equal peace!!! Who could possibly bear any ill will during and after experiencing this magic tree? Thank you for bring beauty to the world. You rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Much hope and inspiration you offer by the display of what I call “The Living Tree” as you only have to be within the tree’s presence once – and forever it’s beauty and inspiration LIVES within your heart always. Thank you for your passion.
Sitting here on Christmas morning reflecting on all the Joy and Happiness in this World. Your TREE is truly beautiful. You are the Robert Frost of modern day.