daydream, I daydream a lot.  I love dreams.  I love to just sit back and dream and let my imagination just go wild.  I write them down in my journal.  I think sometimes I may daydream too much but it's one of my favorite things to do.

daydream, I daydream a lot. I love dreams. I love to just sit back and dream and let my imagination just go wild. I write them down in my journal. I think sometimes I may daydream too much but it's one of my favorite things to do.

Mythological creatures around the world | Feyfolk Dryads come from Greek mythology and are female tree spirits. They are generally very shy and hard to catch a glimpse of as they hide deep in their forests. The dryads are tied to their trees; they will become injured when the tree is injured, and they die when the tree dies. For this reason, the Gods punish any human who harms or cuts down trees without first propitiating the dryads.

Mythological creatures around the world | Feyfolk Dryads come from Greek mythology and are female tree spirits. They are generally very shy and hard to catch a glimpse of as they hide deep in their forests. The dryads are tied to their trees; they will become injured when the tree is injured, and they die when the tree dies. For this reason, the Gods punish any human who harms or cuts down trees without first propitiating the dryads.

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My soul yearns for stillness, in a space, a garden or forest where I can be silent. By doing so I can come to a deeper spence of myself and my space within the universe. Silence is not an absence but a presence not an emptiness but a filling up.

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