Harmony – Quote + Haiku (011322)

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“It’s important to live life with the experience, and therefore the knowledge, of its mystery and of your own mystery. This gives life a new radiance, a new harmony, a new splendor.”

— Joseph Campbell

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Haiku inspired by the above quote:

a great mystery

harmony weighs experience

smooth rocks balancing

Written for Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Harmony – January 11, 2022

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

29 thoughts on “Harmony – Quote + Haiku (011322)

  1. Indeed, that’s the key
    As he said it
    “Follow your bliss”

    The study of english literature was considered a great career, Joseph Campbell being a great explorer himself and it paid off.
    A Bachelor of Arts is frowned upon these days, or should i say for the last two decades? Yes i think it has yet this study encouraged reading and colouring the landscape of the mind.

    That is a brilliant observation about harmony
    A deeply cut diamond.

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    1. Thank you as always for so finely polished gem of a comment. Yes education is invaluable to begin to shape the mind…then the rest is up to the individual on whatever path is chosen.
      Blessings to you. Have a glorious day.

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  2. Suzette, I like your poem and the quote, there are so many true thoughts in it.
    Well, I wish you and your loved ones a wonderful year 2022 full of little joys, bright moments of happiness and above all, of course, good health. 💕😊
    All the best…..Rosie from Germany

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