by Mei Saraswati

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baha'i writings
spiritual springtime

sounds of swan river water, honey eaters threading through hedges in joondalup, the waves and foam of mullaloo beach.


'Soon the whole world, as in springtime, will change its garb. The turning and falling of the autumn leaves is past; the bleakness of the winter time is over. The new year hath appeared and the spiritual springtime is at hand. The black earth is becoming a verdant garden; the deserts and mountains are teeming with red flowers; from the borders of the wilderness the tall grasses are standing like advance guards before the cypress and jessamine trees; while the birds are singing among the rose branches like the angels in the highest heavens, announcing the glad-tidings of the approach of that spiritual spring, and the sweet music of their voices is causing the real essence of all things to move and quiver.'

Cover art - 'Fringe Lily' taken by Mei Swan on a bush reserve in Wanneroo


released February 12, 2016

Fruits co-produced and mixed by Ginolè aka James Ireland



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Track Name: O Sea of all Bestowals
'O Sea of all bestowals, roll towards us a great wave. O Sun of Bounty, send down a shaft of light. Grant us pity, grant us grace. By Thy beauty, we come with no provision but our sins, with no good deeds to tell of, only hopes.'
Track Name: Fruits
'Upon the tree of effulgent glory I have hung for thee the choicest fruits, wherefore hast thou turned away and contented thyself with that which is less good? Return then unto that which is better for thee in the realm on high.'