"All methods of meditation are nothing but methods to help you to remember that you are light."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"And what do dreams know about boundaries?"
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Beware of anyone who claims not to have a dark side."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Dark is the prayer that invites light."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Darkness is where we begin and where we end."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Don't set up the Target for the Arrow."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Don’t make others feel wrong for being exactly who they are."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Forgiveness is older than mankind."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"From the beginning, God blessed creation with abundant life that has not diminished."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"God is beautiful. Just look at how many people are taking 'Selfies'"
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"I am just wonder covered with skin."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"I came here to dispossess myself of despair and fear, and each new day provides me with another opportunity to do that."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"I do not dream of a day when there'll be no more misery, hunger, or war. They are here to waken us to see that they are inexorably bound to grace, the good, and the light above the gray clouds."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"If I had my way we'd sleep every night wrapped around each other."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"It is not possible to feel grateful and depressed in the same moment."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"It's time to douse the flame, it is time to make love."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Light is God's firstborn, and I feel no shame being her midwife."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Love is the makeup that makes you beautiful."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Loving others is the most selfish thing one can do."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Misery, hunger, and war are here to waken us-- to how they are bound to grace, and human goodness."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Photography is my legal wife, while poetry is my mistress."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Sit at the feet of the master long enough, and they’ll start to smell."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"Smile to remind yourself you are here."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"This day is offering itself to me."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"The foundation of art is all around us—everywhere, even on the random patterns under our very feet."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"The loveliness of the rose is born upon its thorns."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"The pain that won't go away also needs our love."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"There are no obstacles, just opportunities. Take them now."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"There is more light on this earth than I can bear."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951

"There is 'no' more in tomorrow, and no 'yes' in yesterday."
— Abraham Menashe
American photographer, poet, born 1951