Namaste dear readers, it seems that the primal cosmic kindnesses of shining sun and sky couldn’t wait for another day to display their love for the gardens of the earth. Or to put it another way, the sun came out and the gardens awoke; always a big deal in England.
I grabbed my stick, donned my hat, and took these pics to share with you. I sincerely hope you like them.
Along with my thanks to readers, I wish to thank *Salvino D’Armate, for inventing spectacles, without which, I, and many of you, I dare say, would not even be able to read this post, or ever enjoy the gift of flowers.
I wish you Peace in perpetuity, 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.
~ “For Dad” by Luke Moloney (aged six.)
* I wonder what he’s doing now.
Photography ©Francis Moloney.
See all our days to come as blooms,
Our pasts, are roots,
And time, our stems,
Then let the rain fall on our leaves,
To celebrate experience.
Greetings from poorly Amras. Still experiencing problems with my eyes, got to squint to write. Once, after I had undergone a couple of eye operations, one of my teachers told me we don’t need eyes to ‘see’. I took much comfort from this.
And, having worked in casualty departments for decades, I have always been astounded at just how tough people can be. It is truly astonishing, just how much that folk can overcome; particularly the young. And I have always found much comfort in this too. This is the sort of comfort I would like to share.
My thanks now to all readers and followers, I hope to be back soon, with lots more lovely pics to show you. Until then, Namaste, and peace 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
Photography © Amanda Moloney.