my view of the natural world

Archive for April, 2012

Stop start maybe yes maybe no…..

For a little while now, my computer has been having hiccups.   They are not improving, so it’s booked in to see the Doctor in a couple of days time.  Fingers crossed it’s fixable.  I do need more RAM etc, anyway, so it’s a wait and see what happens…

In the meantime, apologies for not visiting your blogs, and making comments.  It’s just too hard at the moment.

I had a busy weekend attending a dressage event, and hope to show you some images from that once these issues are sorted. Till then, have a great week everyone! :-)


Following Nature

“The man who follows nature and not groundless opinions is independent of all things. For in reference to what is enough for nature, every possession is riches — but in reference to unlimited desires, even the grea”The man who follows nature and not groundless opinions is independent of all things. For in reference to what is enough for nature, every possession is riches — but in reference to unlimited desires, even the greatest wealth [is not riches but poverty].”
test wealth [is not riches but poverty].”                   Epicurus

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The wonder of it

I often think of that rare fulfilling joy, when I am in the presence of some wonderful alignment of events. Where the light, the colour, the shapes and the balance all interlock so beautifully that I feel truly overwhelmed by the wonder of it. – Charlie Waite


Expectation

Behind the colourful reality of life is the beautiful glow of Heaven’s gate concealed.

Tove Ejlert Pedersen


Wild thoughts

“To fly high and to fall deep is better than never to have flown at all”

Tove Ejlert Pedersen


eremophila:

An amazing structure, check out Part 2 for images of the interior!

Originally posted on Geoff shoots the world:

A view of and a view from Hallgrímskirkja, the largest church in Iceland. After the endless ancient cathedrals of mainland Europe (although beautiful) this modern church, started in 1945 and completed in1986, is a breath of fresh air.

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Stepping into the darkness

“When you get to the end of all the light you know and it’s time to step into the darkness of the unknown, faith is knowing that one of two things shall happen: either you will be given something solid to stand on, or you will be taught how to fly.”
– Edward Teller