The Dream of All My Dreams
One day I will be an old woman with long silver hair,
magical tattoos, eyes full of light and life, and lots of laugh wrinkles.
My children’s children will lay out with me
under the stars by a campfire on a seashore.
We will listen to the waves make music
as I tell them my stories of wild adventures,
of lived dreams, conquered fears, and a full life lived.
And I will inspire journeys of their own.
This is the dream of all my dreams.
I found this beautiful writing in this lovely Wanderlust Soul travel blog by Jennifer McKenna.
Satori is a japanese term for awakening, sudden enlightenment and a state of consciousness attained by intuitive illumination representing the spiritual goal of Zen Buddhism.
Also, Satori in Japanese folklore are supernatural monsters said to live within the mountains and able to read people’s minds. People are said to meet them while walking along mountain paths or resting in the mountains. Upon reading a person’s mind, the satori would say the person’s thoughts aloud faster than a human could.