Halloween’s Other Side of Life

Intricate spider web in black and orange Halloween colors

Looking out my window during morning Qigong practice, I glanced up to see this intricate spider web. Amazing to view its work up close...a meditation in itself. With Halloween approaching, I dug deeper into the curiosities of this scary holiday. I never understood Halloween's color combination of orange and black but now it makes more …

Anon

September tugs at August October overshadows September. Leaves falling in August a premature ejaculation of autumn leaves one unfulfilled and looking to September for more. More warmth, more comfort, a lingering embrace to hold on to the moments of bliss. As an adult, I love September and August too. It's just too soon to feel …

Nature Teacher: We may be One but We are Not the Same

Red ripened and green beefsteak tomatoes on the vine

Gardening teaches me so much about living life. Besides providing quiet time to regenerate, and avoid constant interruptions of marketing ploys or messages that can wait, gardening offers opportunities to look more deeply into life. Stepping into the tomato patch today, I notice some are ripened red, some still green, some are somewhere along the …

Tree Talk…

Mother Nature's beauty often leaves me speechless.  When you see some of the fascinating images by landscape photographer Greg Large you may feel the same way too.  View Greg's work via The Vigorous Beauty Of Trees in the Edge of Humanity Magazine.   They are too beautiful to not pass along for your viewing pleasure too. …

Meditation Protection…

Every now and then my passion for gardening and appreciating nature is punctuated by technology's increasing thirst to control our lives. To me, these cold and calculating ways are the antithesis to nature's infinite beauty and serenity. That is why this topic pops up on my blog now and then (no pun intended). I bumped …

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