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Surfacing

There is no need to say or hear over and over again, what kind of year it has been. Different for everyone and elements of the same. A common language that begins with words like lockdown. Through it all, so many people have demonstrated the best of humankind. I...

Honest Is the Best Policy

“The only way you can truly control how you are seen, is being honest all the time.”                      Tom Hanks

Out of The Rubble

For many 2020 has been a tragic year of loss and loneliness. It has stretched our capacity globally, locally and personally. We are emerging from the rubble on the side of 2021 and with it renewed hopes and dreams. If we are lucky, some good has come from this. It...

Do You Believe In Magic?

This brilliant yellow leaf fell in front of my lens just as I was snapping this photo at one of the ancient sites in Mexico. That was many years ago because of course, there is no travelling now. I was feeling frustrated to the point of tears when I took this shot,...

Blank Slate

These corona times have given us all pause to think. Time. We've had time. Perhaps, a blank slate for writing and rewriting what we want to do, where we can live, who we live with and what our (supportive) environment looks like. Are we thriving? Are we vital? What...

“Mindscape”

When we venture past the mind and all its doubts, we really can do practically anything. There is so much joy in our imagination and so much more of that can be realized than we might think. Travelling on a mindscape journey frees us from our limitations and pushes...

The “Hare”

The Hare is engaged with the little ones around him/her, just as many little ones will be engaged in search of Easter eggs this weekend. My best to everyone and especially the little ones, as they too cope with the necessary restrictions of this time. Still, a Happy...

This Is What I Need…

At a certain moment in his life, the idea came to Nietzsche that he called ‘the love of your fate.’ Whatever your fate is, whatever happens, you say, ‘This is what I need.’ It may look like a wreck, but go at it as though it were an opportunity, a...

Tales from the Crypt: Don’t Smoke

I snapped this shot two days ago on a walk with my dog on the beach. It's the second of a "Tales From The Crypt" image that I have from that beach. It's seaweed, of course, but looks like a decrepit had with a cigarette, even now not wanting to give up the habit. It's...

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