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23 January 2005

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Kate S.

What a lovely thought! At first, I thought that was a crop circle, it caught me off guard. I tried to look for more pictures, but the "photo gallery" link didn't really go anywhere, maybe it's me?

I have a feeling this apocolyptic-sized tragedy is going to imprint itself onto our receptors for the next generation or two.

Also, I'm fervently hoping that this wasn't just a preview of more outlandish behavior to come, in response to the Sun by Mother Nature. We could be in for a wild ride! But, pulling way, way out to look at the Big Picture (and trying to glean some meaning from this horror,) what good is complacency, really? A little shaking up is good for the soul, to remind us of Hubris and humility, how heavy materialism can be for our spirits to wear, to remind us, howevery painfully, that we all used to be the Family of Man (in a non-gender sense,) but most of all: how precious and fleeting Life is, something easily forgotten in the pressured struggles of day-to-day living.

I think I just gave myself a headache. I hope you are having a lovely Sunday and I thank you for your most excellent hospitality!

Stephen Vincent

Thank you. Enjoy these,indeed a healing approach, tangible.

Stephen Vincent
http://www.stephenvincent.durationpress.com

Stephen Vincent

Thank you. Enjoy these,indeed a healing approach, tangible.

Stephen Vincent
http://www.stephenvincent.durationpress.com

Kimberly

I love labyrinths. I've walked the one at SF's Grace Cathedral as well as a number of others in the US and the UK. I have a fantasy of creating a small one in our yard, with paths of chamomile, or some other herb that will take light foot traffic, edged in small river rocks. Maybe someday...

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