Happy Easter to every reader. Thank you for your continued following, and please forgive me for any tardiness in my replies to your comments. All of us are experiencing enormous challenges daily, but in these pages it’s all about taking a load off of our hearts. Easter Day is a promise that gives one the heart of a lion.
So, be encouraged, and when low, I suggest finding some wholesome thing online that might make you laugh as you did when you were a child.
Greetings readers. When I was a boy, playing with my friends in fields full of wild flowers, we knew why their petalled faces would follow the sun. In my imagination back then, flowers were like souls in heaven… always standing in perfect beauty, and bathed forever in glorious light.
This field of sunflowers from last August evokes those memories – and I feel that All Souls Day is the best day to share it. With loving wishes and gratitude to those who have gone before us, may we follow them with grace, knowing one day we will be reunited.
Here we go again, with freshly picked pics from our garden. I hope you enjoy them. The golden fellow seen contemplating daisies is Kato, one of our rescued greyhounds. Ironically, unlike his famous namesake, our Kato isn’t a very brave fellow.
This final pic is a cross-eye 3D double. If you are comfortable using this technique, then please enjoy the result. If on the other hand you have trouble doing this, then please don’t try – it’s not worth a headache.
Until next time… keep seeking peace.
What was it like to wake up after having never gone to sleep? That was when you were born.
You are something that the whole universe is doing in the same way that a wave is something that the whole ocean is doing. The real you is not a puppet which life pushes around; the real, deep down you is the whole universe.
I’m back. Happy Easter everybody. This day is even more significant than Christmas. It’s been a whole year since our last post. My sincere apologies to all our friends who enquired about my welfare. Due to a combination of health, and complex WP connection difficulties, I’ve been unable to reply before now. So this is my first opportunity to say thank you – may the wind be always at your back.
The Greek church was photographed many years ago, while I was out strolling in the neighbourhood.
I hope to return soon, when I will update you on my current adventures. Until then, Peace from Amras.
Every sacrifice made to help another, honours Christ.