Beauty in Collective Simplicity
Each element plays its part in the whole.

Ornithogalum umbellatum
Star of Bethlehem, Nap at noon, Summer snowflake
Small white star-shaped flowers with six pointed petals; borne in compact many-flowered racemes. A small bulbous plant with narrow leaves.

Photo Courtesy: it1315922

Collective Emotions Open to the Divine
Crowds responding to the impulsion coming from the Divine. An event that marks the great stages of terrestrial life.

Mansoa alliacea [Pseudocalymma alliaceum]
Bejuco de ajo, Garlic-vine
Medium-sized light purple trumpet-shaped flower with a white throat, five rounded lobes and a flattened corolla tube; the flowers are borne in dense clusters and have a distinct garlic odour. A moderately vigorous vine with attractive glossy garlic-scented leaves.

Photo Courtesy: Dinesh Valke

Collective Harmony
Collective harmony is the work undertaken by the Divine Consciousness; it alone has the power to realise it.

Large dense rounded heads of small flat four- or five-petalled flowers in white, pink, lavender, purple, red and blue. An erect rounded deciduous or evergreen shrub; rarely a climber.

Photo Courtesy: MShades

Collective Purity
A very precious achievement, but difficult to obtain.

Viburnum plicatum
Japanese snowball
Very large compact globose clusters of small white five-petalled rotate flowers. A medium-sized shrub with spreading branches.

Photo Courtesy: KENPEI

Power of Collective Aspiration

A harmonious collective aspiration can change the course of circumstances.

Hoya carnosa
Wax plant, Honey plant
Small pale pink star-shaped flower with a smaller white star and red spot in the centre; the texture of the flower gives the impression of being carved from wax; borne in dense umbels. A light vine with succulent leaves.

Photo Courtesy: Jen64

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