Hello readers. We’re back with a quick post, and a lovely pic of a serene sunset. It was taken in Liverpool by one of Amanda’s sisters, and I think it’s beautiful.
The last time I visited Liverpool was over twenty years ago. I was on business. I arrived very early, and went in search of breakfast. The only place I could find open was one of Ronald’s notorious eateries. Having never used one before, I was curious. In I went, and ordered a meat free meal; payed for it, looked at it, and left it. I went instead to the news agents next door, where I bought a Mars Bar. One of life’s little lessons, I suppose.
We will have more from Liverpool soon. In the meantime, may you be at peace with yourself, with your friends, and with your neighbours.
Farewell from Amras.
May my thoughts be ever pure,
from true love my actions spring,
may my ways be strong and sure,
and my heart life’s praises sing.
Photography ©Jayne Perry.
Greetings. I have been a bit more poorly than usual for a while, so please do bear with me if this post seems brief. All of our lives are in transition, and nothing exists but all that is becoming. Only the giver of grace is eternally motionless, yet waits far ahead of all that moves, in the silences of forever.
One of the nicest things I find about our community is the respect we share, and I wish for the happiest of futures to find their way fast to all our doorsteps.
These pics were taken today, at Kingsbury Water Park in the West Midlands, UK. Please enjoy.
Until next time, and may it be soon. Peace from Amras.
“When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be ……I go and lie down where the wood drake rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds. I come into the peace of wild things who do not tax their lives with forethought of grief. I come into presence of still water. And I feel above me the day-blind stars waiting with their light. For a time I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.”
~Wendell Berry, “The Peace of Wild Things”
Photography ©Amanda Moloney.
Cheers. We’re back again, while the going is good. Here are pics taken on the hill behind our house. Everything looked its best, and the sun was shining, for a change. On the other hand, as sad as it is that so many trees are no more, due to disease, it is good to know that they were sacrificed to help preserve this ancient forest for future generations to enjoy.
Until next time, go in peace.
For no one has seen God at any time, but if there is anyone who represents God, it is the man who speaks His word. God is seen in the one who glorifies Him. But if our hearts are closed, even if we wait for a thousand years for the messenger to show himself, we shall never find him.
Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan
Photography ©Amanda Moloney.
Greetings from a place of good expectations, where we cheerily anticipate the coming warm weather. Amanda took these pics during her most recent visit to our sons home in Weybridge, which is close to London. And what a beautiful day that was for April. The little white flowers, and butterfly, were taken in our garden, but they begged to be included. I hope you agree.
Because I lack sufficient stamina to continue writing, I will rest for now, but not before saying thank you to all of our readers and followers, with our gratitude for the support you bring to this, our peace-loving blog.
And with that, it’s Peace again, and out from me
“If you feel like you don’t fit in this world, it’s because you are here to help build another.” (Unknown.)
Hello, and best wishes to everyone. This month’s guest photographer is also a family member, named Alex. A classical guitarist by profession, he took these pics during his recent working tour of Croatia. Lucky fellow. He was most taken by the very distinctive St Mark’s Cathedral, and also by the stunning Cathedral of The Assumption, with its two lofty spires overlooking all of Zagreb. And for those choices I don’t blame him.
Alex is a young, and very cheery sort of chap, so I felt that a footnote somewhat more facetious than usual would be fitting, I hope you agree.
Until next time, Namaste and Peace from Amras.
When I die, I want to go peacefully like my grandad did, in his sleep — not screaming, like the passengers in his car.
Photography ©Alexander Hart.