Not Least of Eden

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Top of the day to each and everyone. I thought that with this bunch of pics, today would be a good day to wind up our Eden Project series. It has been difficult to ‘triage’ the pics for use in this series, so much variety. I hope they make a good tonic for your eyes.

Amanda and Luke plan to visit another big old house, somewhere in England, tomorrow; and perhaps another feast of photos will ensue.

Thank you to all readers and followers, for your kind support. My health has improved since the recent episode, and, as I lie here now, watching butterflies play in the chestnut trees outside my window, I am enjoying relative bodily comfort. Long may it last.

Back soon I’ll be with something new, I’ll know not what until I do. Until then, Namaste from Amras.

 

 The world is dying

only for the people

who strive to kill it,

But for the people

who love and care

for the world, it is

just being born.

(L.M.)

 

Photography ©Amanda Moloney.

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Greetings to all. It has taken a little longer for me to be getting on with things, this post was intended to go out last weekend, but, unfortunately, I’ve been spending days in excruciating pain, (as must all who carry a chronic condition.)

Although I spent a day in hospital, I, and my consultant both know that apart from the care and support that I already receive, (and for which I am immeasurably grateful,) there is very little that can be done for me in the allopathic field. From my perspective, however, hospital tests are useful monitors, helping me to make informed choices for my developing needs.

Meanwhile, we as a family were negotiating one of life’s larger crossroads. But that is another story, and one which I would love to write about. Maybe soon.

Right, back to the post, with more from The Eden Project, or, Edenva, as the locals are said to call it. There will be one more post from Eden soon, but for now, I hope you enjoyed the above; and, hats off to Amanda for her camera skills.

There are so many fine writers, poets, artists, photographers, thinkers, and wits, on WP;  I want to say thank you to all.  And, If I’m ever a little late getting back to you please forgive me. Here’s a little something I feel you might enjoy:

 

Ten Fun Facts:

1. You can’t wash your eyes with soap.

2. You can’t count your hair.

3. You can’t breathe through your nose, with your tongue out.

4. You just tried no. 3.

6. When you did no. 3, you realised it’s possible, only you look like a dog.

7. You’re smiling right now because you were fooled.

8. You skipped no. 5.

9. You just checked to see if there is a number 5. 

10. Share this with your friends to have some fun too.

Anonymous genius.

 

Namaste, and peace, from Amras.

 

Photography ©Amanda Moloney.

 

A Feast of Eden

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One thing about England, is the way that in just a day, you can travel the world over, and still get home in time for tea. It’s like beaming instantly to different countries. Inside its impressive ‘Bio-domes,’ the Eden Project provides recreation for rain-soaked Brits, and our welcome visitors.

The Eden Project looks to me, like an interplanetary base. A sort of travellers rest for jaded space explorers.  These pics were taken when Amanda visited, in 2010. I hope you like them. I am planning two follow-up posts from Eden for the near future.

As my health has been pretty poor of late, I have just had tests done at home, which will be discussed during my coming hospital visit.  Healing prayers sincerely welcomed.

With that, I shall bow out, gracefully. Wishing you peace, and fulfilment – Namaste from Amras.

 

“Finally, may we indeed, keep in our hearts, that our humble blogs are the spirits that keep the World Wide Web humane. Let us use this gift to flourish as people! Let us cherish one another! And be thankful for one another, because at some point, we touch our respective lives.”  ~ Aina Balagtas https://lyricssentimentsandme.wordpress.com

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eden_Project

 

Photography ©Amanda Moloney.

 

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