I find that the simple things have more to teach me. I don't spend a lot of time trying to figure out the more complicated. Not sure my brain could handle it! LOL<quoted text>
Annie, you have such a talent, to turn the simplest thing into something of beauty.
When i traveled across this country i began to notice how the land changed with the seasons. Of course i knew it did here where i grew up, but i am talking about all across this country. I know its true all over the earth but i haven't traveled that far yet!
But as I traveled back and forth every two or three weeks, the land was like a living canvas, ever changing in color and shape. My first trip was in the middle of winter and we left from Arkansas for Washington state. i had never seen such huge mountains covered in white snow. Next time, the snow had melted away and all was brown. A month later all was green with various flowers.
The desert land i always thought was basically dead did the same.
Though not here in this country, but an example
As to the hula hop,, oh that would scare me at my age!
As to the sacred Hoop,, I hope that one day we can come together and mend the broken hoop.
Blessings and Balance
We look for answers in this world...how did we get here...what is the purpose...where are we going..
Those things make for good conversation at time...but are there really any answers to those questions. I am not so sure that there are. Not so sure that we even need them.
I often think of the sheep herders...thousands of years ago...sitting on a hillside...tending their sheep. They sit there...gazing skyward...asking the same questions that we now ask ourselves today...is there something out there...bigger than ourselves...pondering their existence...what does it all mean.
We have found no answers in all of these thousands...maybe millions...of years.
We are much like the changing nature...I think. Much like what you observed as you traveled along.
Okay...my mind stopped working...I'll save my thoughts on this for another time. Sorry...I got side tracked on those sheep herders!
That and toilet paper rolls...