Hope You Can See…

Athena Premiere Semaine Octobre 09 100 

Athena Ayme, born September 30, 2009…

Love, so you can be.


Explanation: Love (among others things) builds us, builds our minds, but love builds us up in a unique fashion that would not exist, had we not experienced it.

So love turns into existence and cognition, that would not otherwise be.

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5 Responses to “Hope You Can See…”

  1. Georgia Ramos Says:

    Ahhhhhhh It looks like the eye of the Buddha.

    Thank you for posting this. I had a feeling that you would put something on your blog, being the proud parent…..just a bit strange that I had to go here to see my first image of my granddaughter. The wonders of the web!

    As a mother at the risk of her life watches over her only child, so let everyone cultivate a boundless compassionate mind toward all beings.

  2. Patrice Ayme Says:

    Yes, very strange indeed, but it has just been confirmed that the credit card paying my mail systems somehow has been blocked, thus I am mail-less, as I had come to suspect, considering fruitless attempts to mail! Dealing with this new soul, so wonderful, and all the attending new tasks has been much, so things will reset slowly…

  3. Patrice Ayme Says:

    And like the Buddha of lore, but better, indeed, she is… Way better…

  4. Joseph Says:


    Congratulations !

    Sorry it is coming so late, but, in my defense, i only startet to read your blog 3 days ago.

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