This word is Zulu for “I see You”, roughly translating like Namaste’ – meaning that I acknowledge the spirit that resides within you.
My husband carved it into a favorite tree piece while I was away on a spiritual journey.

I wish to share it with you all, as your spirits have made my passion for art ignite again, thank you for the inspiration ;) tk

Travelled many destinations to find my path, finding WISDOM by merging knowledge with each transformation ~ creating a magical union of LOVE, PEACE & JOY as much as possible…within my being a creative flowing like the rivers’ waters of life…

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  • Alison Pearce
    Alison Pearceabout 6 years ago

    Gorgeous!!

  • I see you – Ali ;)

    – tkrosevear

  • Alison Pearce
    Alison Pearceabout 6 years ago

    Namaste!

  • sheilae
    sheilaeabout 6 years ago

    that is so cute..what a sweet heart he is..
    i bet you laughed out loud the next time you walked in that field and spied the trunk..

  • I always get a giggle from it, it’s right outside our front door…;)
    I see you shiela!

    – tkrosevear

  • Elsie  Duggan
    Elsie Dugganabout 6 years ago

    And I can see you through his eyes, from this lovely picture, love is there.

  • you would certainly know what love is…;)

    – tkrosevear

  • Jaybe
    Jaybeabout 6 years ago

    I want one in my garden!! LOL

  • I see you jaybe ;)

    – tkrosevear

  • Jaybe
    Jaybeabout 6 years ago

    “Sakubona”

  • Southerngurl
    Southerngurlabout 6 years ago

    What a sweet thing for him to do…he’s a keeper ;-)

  • I see you my friend ;)

    Been seeing Fay too!!!!

    – tkrosevear

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