The highest of all places, and every corner then I see, reaching to the ground, is full of glory.
Over here we have endured the coldest, and the wettest June in memory. The sun has now returned, at last. I spent the hot afternoon beneath our trees in shady comfort – just happy to be outdoors again. This is the second collection of pics I took in May, part three will follow soon.
Before I go, I wish again, to thank you all who stop to read this blog. I would spend more time here, if I only could. May your ways be strong and sure, and your heart life’s praises sing.
Beyond my tree, the heat, it never faded.
How cool it was today, where I was shaded.
But if I thanked the tree, you know, a pagan I would be. And so
I do not thank the tree, but He who made it.
Photography ©Francis Moloney.
After the rain, we can tiptoe together on a crimson carpet, through leaves of ruby-red on russet. Our garden hosts seven Japanese Maples; whose leaves fill every corner when November comes.
I find the colours breathtaking, and I enjoy sharing them. From flaming Acer leaves, to a golden butterfly perched on a ginkgo branch, and a violet hydrangea, whose petals turn blue when cold. These were all taken over the last three weeks. Please enjoy.
Indescribably wonderful is the gift of sight, and now is a very fine moment in which to give thanks for that gift, and to send much love to those who are forced to live without it.
May the light of love for this good earth shine forth brightly from the eyes of one and all, from this moment forwards, and then on forevermore.
Peace from Amras.
“When you learn to look with love in your eyes at all around you
and appreciate the beauty of your planet,
you will know that you are free at last.”
Posted on the morning of my 65th.
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.