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A photographer’s idea of the perfect date is visiting the cemetery on a sunny Sunday afternoon to take photos of headstones. People working on their family tree or trying to find family information such as death and birth dates can … Continue reading
I do like quietness and beauty but this cemetery with Highway One and Lower Road whizzing past is not very quiet. I’d rather be sprinkled under a fruit tree on our own land then try to rest here. Hopefully what … Continue reading
Walking side by side, searching for unknown grave markers for a stranger who needs to know. Silence, Beauty, Sadness, Peace all join in the search to complete someone’s family tree, prove the existence of one more link to family roots. … Continue reading
This bell sat on the top of a grave stone. It stopped my heart for a second. Who, why. Should I ring the bell for them or for me. ©2019 Sharron R. McMillan
Great art has this power, this power to grab your attention and suspend it: we stare, sometimes awestruck, sometimes silent, but we cease the restless movement that otherwise characterizes our every waking moment. . . . ~Ken Wilber.
A miraculous event unfolds when we throw the lead of our personal story into the transformative flames of creativity. Our hardship is transmuted into something golden. With that gold we heal ourselves and redeem the world. ~Mirabai Starr
Plants offer us connections to life-forms totally different from our own. Like us, plants grow and become. But unlike plants, we stop growing and start behaving, as do other animals. Plants are the source of qualities that we and other … Continue reading