The Zen of Unsure Things
Compassion? I have been trying to get that picture all week. You captured it well.
quiet...but not silent
"After all, we are both idealists, and should be ashamed to have it said that the material world formed us, instead of being formed by us."—Friedrich Schiller, in private correspondence, ca. 1780
Contentment?We need to be more content with what we have. To much striving for more or better. Sometimes you've got to take a look at what you have and enjoy.Thats a bit heavy for me! Great shot by the way!
Seeing everyone is putting in their two cents worth....I'll go....a little bit of health? (don't want to be greedy).You know, I took a photo of that same moon last night.I know we only have one, but it never ceases to amaze me that the same moon I am being effected by is the same moon people on the other side of the world are looking at and being moved by.Unfortunately, my moon photo is atrocious! (but I think I'll post it anyway).BTW - did I tell you I followed that link to the windfarms - that shot of them in front of the mountain is a-maz-ing!
All good, all good.Jim: I got the picture because it wasn't dark out yet. I have a 2-year-old Olympus SP-350 that doesn't shoot very well in the dark.Palm: a bit like non-violent protest, no?Bernie: you never cease to amaze me.Marley: yes. I have everything today. It's good to remind myself daily.Ararat: a lot of health. Why not? These are things I'm wishing for everyone, not just me or you. Like you said, we're all under the same moon.
I love your sky pictures!
Less (no) war and killing for profit and more creating of a just and livable world.The colors made me think of Maxfield Parish.
Thank you, Lily Hy. You, too, Tall Gary.
I think catnip goes under the heading of chocolate, depending on your species. But I'm not certain.
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