It is related that one day they came upon Majnun sifting the dust, and his tears flowing down. They said, "What doest thou?" He said, "I seek for Layli." They cried, "Alas for thee! Layli is of pure spirit, and thou seekest her in the dust!" He said, "I seek her everywhere; haply somewhere I shall find her."
(Baha'u'llah, The Seven Valleys, p. 6)
Monday, 11 July 2011
Just like the upper car park, the lower can be reached from either the Lake Highway or through Bracknell but is probably easiest from Bracknell. Bracknell is well signposted from the highway about twenty kilometres from Launceston towards Deloraine. When you reach the T junction just past the shop in Bracknell turn right following the signs for Liffey. There is no obvious township called Liffey any longer - its just a district but shortly after the end of the tarmac you will come to a "Y" junction. The right hand fork goes up the hill and has a sign saying no buses or something similar. It leads to the upper car park. The left fork leads into the lower car park where we shall meet at 12 noon on Sat 16th July.
Bring warm clothing, food for a picnic, a willingness to take part in or at least be patient with devotions and a camera. We regret there is no piano at Liffey Falls but there are tables, toilets and an easy walk up to the Falls.
"This is the Vale of God's unsearchable decree, the snow-white Spot, the Land of unfading splendor."
Snow-white spot? Perhaps He was thinking of Foon's Hill?