Nothing is as nothing seems - do you practice discernment or readily accept what you are told?
A tree is our most intimate contact with nature. ― George Nakashima A perpetual hybrid with an indomitable bark abated by cordate leaves and roots of deepened understanding. Photo by Johannes Plenio on Pexels.com Flowing, canopied shade for hugging and sheltering humans rainbows of fruit, nuts, berries and seeds bolstering wildlife. Dependable and constant as …
An ideal day doesn't have to cost you a dime.
This post is a response to Life in Colour's blogging challenge for blacks and greys.
Life in Colour blogging challenge for orange and all shades in between.
Nature Teacher posts are what nature teaches about life. This one is about the paradoxes of life.
Here's some shades of gold in response to Travel Talk's blogging challenge this month: And a nugget from Leo Tolstoy: "Truth, like gold, is to be obtained not by its growth but by washing away from it all that is not gold."
When you look up and out, there's a whole world waiting to connect with you...