Greetings, from far flung corners of the garden. These pics were taken an afternoon or two ago, just before the rain.
I hope all readers are having a good day, and I plan to return soon, with more of the same – only different.
Thoughts are things, and some have wings, while others bind with chains. Let them guide, or let them slide – just choose, and don’t complain.
Photography by Francis Moloney.
Hello readers, I hope you find yourselves in good spirits. This will be a quickie, as I have been finding it a little difficult to attend to many things of late. What a year it has been so far, in February we encountered bumblebees, ladybirds, mosquitos, and a little sunburn. How things are changing. If the last few years are anything to go by, July and August will be downright cold. My mother used to say that one day the seasons will swap places, and it seems that she was right.
These photos are proof that in the Northern hemisphere spring has well and truly arrived. It’s saffron season now, and as we March into April, colour is breaking out all over the place. A happy note indeed.
With that I shall take my leave of you once again. With my thanks to all readers for dropping by. If I haven’t caught up with your latest blogs yet, please bear with me, for I will pay you a visit as soon as I can.
Peace and Namaste from Amras.
You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake at night listening to the disorder of your veins….you may see the world around you devastated by evil lunatics, or know your honor trampled in the sewer of baser minds. There is only one thing for it then–to learn! Learn why the world wags and what wags it. That is the only thing the mind can never exhaust, never alienate, never be tortured by, never fear or distrust, and dream of regretting. Learning is the thing for you……….”
~T.H. White: “The Once and Future King”
Namaste, and greetings. I’ll not write much today, except to say that with Spring being so close, it’s time to brandish cameras and head into the great outdoors again. Amanda took hers down to Surrey, in London’s South West, where our son lives. Here they strolled, and saw the sights above.
Canals are a common site in Britain. During their hey-day, they were a super fast highway for go-ahead businesses. Now they’re mainly for leisure purposes.
Our son particularly wanted Amanda to see Eric Clapton’s old guitar, so they ended up at Sullivans Wine Bar, (even tough Amanda doesn’t drink.) I enjoyed seeing the “Keep Britain Tidy” poster. Not so long ago society didn’t care, and you had to watch where you were stepping. Comparatively speaking, soiled streets are almost a thing of the past here now; just like Concorde. I remember when Concorde was a grand dream for the future, though now it may said to stand beside the skeletons of dinosaurs. Tempus tends to fugit quite a lot of late.
But nevertheless, what grander wonders are awaiting us just around that next corner?
Until next time, thank you for reading, and peace from Amras.
Share with others, not only your knowledge, but those doubts that you may have,
because in speaking words, you are then able to control the thoughts. ~ Salumet.
Photography ©Amanda Moloney.
The rains of spring sink deep to bring the growing world to life. And, the seeds of wisdom, when planted in the minds of youth, blossom when the all-pervading rains of synchronicity have nourished the soul’s understanding.
This post was delayed by weeks because immediately after preparing the artwork above, I mislaid it. Happily, a few moments ago it turned up again. I decided to post it promptly. It represents the season, and the roots of burgeoning natural life.
Until the next time, wish me strength, for my body often fails these days. With my thanks to all readers and bloggers – namaste; and peace from Amras.
I hope that I may grow with age, in the wisdom that best serves youth.
Artwork ©Francis Moloney.