Today, I am thankful for the rain storms that are moving through our state, replenishing the aquifers and relieving the drought conditions we’ve had for six years. I marvel that wildlife survived through it all and I am sure there is a lesson in their example of perseverance. Makes me even more grateful to be warm and dry indoors. Rain drop by drop sun-showers I stand in half-light waiting to see something more the rain is here now Rain is here Cold air crackles with the hint of change Rainy silence filling the pale dawn small prayers Rain outside Mind after meditation A warm blanket May we all be a reflection of Divine Light and Love today. Love always, P
September brings the very particular sensations of fall. The clean, crisp air begins to fill us up with welcome relief from the summer’s heat and thoughts that journey back to days gone by. We reflect upon the past. A melancholy sometimes comes, a longing for people and situations that used to give us such joy. There is nothing unnatural about these thoughts. We let them come and we let them go. Our thoughts are cascades; our moods turn like the leaves. We let nature color our world without succumbing to sadness or depression.We allow nature to run her course through us in peace and understanding. P.S. I welcome me back! ⊂( ・ ̫・)⊃
Photos from my daily walking meditation at the Ray Schabarum Regional Park. Camera: Diana mini classic Film: Fuji Superia 200 (35mm) Flash: Diana F+ (as needed) Processing: Color Negative c41
Ahhh, was busy these past few days of the month restructuring life and its intricacies but I still managed to make flower photos while spirit walking though. 🙂 Here they go. How are you all my dearies?
To a big beautiful resurrection. May you shine out into the world with all your magnificence!
Today is Black Saturday in the Lent season of Catholics, a time to fast and abstain from anything you favor in life. So, I was thinking whether to go on my daily walking. I still went ‘coz I call it my “gratitude walk” anyway and I label myself as part Catholic (it’s where I started) and more of a Buddhist these days. I make my daily walk a “gratitude walk” by consciously focusing on all that is right in your world and feeling. The deep inner thankfulness, contentment and peace. I let the gratitude build on gratitude until there is just one seamless flow of ease and openness. ***Photos were taken today using my mobile device and edited on Snapseed.
Yipee! Spring is near, it is visible… Winter is soon going to a very far away place from where it’ll move at a very slow pace and encircle the earth. The first signs of spring brings smiles and joy to me and to all. I feel it’s the beginning of nature and the rebirth of a new season and hopes of bringing life and renewal back to the cold pains Even with just the first signs of spring, I am now starting to feel somewhat better and renewed. 🙂 I am more happier when I can enjoy my cuppa outdoors on the patio.