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Monday, May 27, 2013

Gorgeous in Blue


Meet the medical doctor in the The Salitype Society Family....
She is gifted with a mind, heart and hands that care, love, touch and heal. Her passion to life and her family is so uniquely hers....
Zen and Her Beautiful, Loving Family
"mothering goes beyond carressing one's child, it is about caring for all creatures and teaching kids to love God's gift of nature!" - Zen a.k.a. kulasa
She opened my eyes to the wonderful world of blue...
Zen's Love and Passion for Blue and Nature
One of Zen's Awe Inspiring Sunrise Pictures   

and I can see why the color blue speaks so much about her....for blue is peacefulness....blue is calmness.. blue is healing!
Gorgeous in Blue
I can see this beautiful lady inside and out glowing in her blue scrubs 
 
Smile that has healing touch!
  Let me share with you some words behind kulasa's heart.
"I am one of those women who dream of things which can not be bought...I dream of the world going back to how it was created a long time ago...pure, green, lush, amazingly blue, dreamy yellow, fluffy white...soft like a baby's touch...I dream of a world devoid of evil and materialism...I dream of heaven...so whenever time and God allow I run to where I feel His presence most...in the beauty of nature...and in the company of fellow dreamers..."-----from kulasa
I honor and share your dreams kulasa.....to the peacefulness and beauty of nature shall we go experiencing heavenly joys of simple life. 
Belated Happy Birthday to you, Kulasa!!

10 comments:

  1. awwww, what a wonderful post Beth! she's indeed "gorgeous in blue"!

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  2. Yes, she sounds beautiful inside and out.

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  3. Beth, wow! What an awesome tribute to our dear doctor friend and sister, Zen (aka Power Ranger Pal)! Like you, I view the color BLUE now in a different light, thanks to Zen:) You are right. Blue is indeed a peaceful, very calming color .. the reason I believe God made the sky blue:) (well, on good days) He knew that just by glancing upward at it, we would already feel our stress falling away, and peace flooding our soul:) Thank you, dear Zen, for opening our eyes to the wonders of this peaceful shade! And more importantly, thank you for sharing your dream - of the world going back to simpler times, where evil and materialism do not exist ... where we can all bask in the beauty and simplicity of nature:) And thank you, Beth, for reminding us of Zen's wise words. I will cherish them in my heart today and always!

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  4. First, happy belated birthday, Kulasa!

    Second, a fantastic post in honor of a remarkable healing woman with an inspiring soul.

    Third, she is beautiful!

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  5. Hi Doctor Zen ! when I hear blue, I think about you all the time. I used to think blue as a word that means "sad" like the song midnight blue I shared with you long time ago.

    This word changed after I get to know you and your love for color blue. Amazing how I changed to looking at blue on a different meaning: it speaks about love, peace, happiness, contentment.

    Hey you look awesome in scrubs and lab coat and I love it too when you wear bandana !!!

    God bless you Doc Zen, you inspire me so much with your passion and dedication !!!

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  6. Thanks Beth for another awesome post ! This really came out so good, great idea Beth !!!

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  7. PS- I forgot to greet you belated Happy Birthday, Zen!!:) May the year ahead be even more BLUE-tiful for you!!:)

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  8. Awesome. Very inspiring. So proud to have you guys as my friends. Belated happy birthday again Sis.

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  9. Love the tribute, Beth! I agree with everyone -what an awesome, doctor and friend. Belated Happy Birthday, Kulasa! Love yah, girl!

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