Thanksgiving is a bit of a touchy subject for Indigenous people, and for good reason. Personally, I don't want to get into that subject online and I feel I still have some learning to do. However, I believe this time of year is one for celebration of the harvest. At least that's how I sometimes … Continue reading Celebrating the Harvest and Prayers for the Harvests to Come
The bright green new growth on the evergreen keeps calling out to me. It's a three flowered bouquet of spring that is fragrant, delicate and pulsing with power. There is the power to add to the height and breadth of the tree as well as the power to draw me in for a closer look … Continue reading New Growth
It was a combination of the colour-popping image, the perspective, the beautiful framing, and the get-off-your-couch caption that stopped my scrolling eye in its tracks, while I was on Facebook. Happily, Shayla Wallace, PSS grad and contributor to the Mount Currie Photography page, agreed to let me share it here. Hope you get as big … Continue reading Guest Photographer Shayla Wallace offers a powerful reminder to stand tall, reach high, dream big.
Just a thought, worth sharing.
Those who dwell, as scientists or laymen, among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life. Whatever the vexation or concerns of their personal lives, their thoughts can find paths that lead to inner contentment and to renewed excitement in living. Those who contemplate the beauty of the … Continue reading Inspiration: Nature. (Naturally.)
I think there's something in Suzuki's approach for any of us who struggle with addiction. Some things in ourselves we can't change. Other things , that we feel that we must serve, are products of our own invention. If we can work out the difference, we'll be on the right track, no?
Just a few ideas...