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Normally the sea wall is bustling with walkers, runners, joggers, wanderers, Normally the beach is hopping with surf boarders, kite fliers, dogs chasing sticks, Normally we’d sit on a log and watch the waves and the people. But this is … Continue reading
Until you know you will not drown, you must not try to save anyone else. Stay away from those who are also thrashing about trying to survive, lest in their panic you both are sucked below. You are tired. It … Continue reading
Though it might feel like it, the world has not stopped spinning, seagulls have not stopped fishing, Mother Nature isn’t aware of our pandemic. Life goes on as usual for those who depend on her for their livelihood. Maybe we … Continue reading
Wearing guilt and regret is like wearing a pair of shoes too small for you. The discomfort ruins the whole day and adds to the regret for having put them on again. Maybe if we got rid of the small … Continue reading
Not being willing to look like a fool may be the greatest failure of all. ~ Luci Shaw
Silence is the sacred space where Divine Presence dwells. Silence is the sound of the Divine Voice. Silence is the screen upon which Divine Spirit projects its visions and dreams. Ego on the other hand, loves noise and mass entertainment. … Continue reading
You didn’t come into this world. You came out of it, like a wave from the ocean. You are not a stranger here. Alan Watts
Read something no one else is reading, think something no one else is thinking, and do something no one else is doing. ~Danny L. Deaube.
The edge of the sea is a strange and beautiful place. ~Rachel Carson
We finally dug out our paddles and headed out on the water on Saturday. Paddled from Secret Cove to Smuggler’s Cove and to the end of Wescan Inlet. Lovely day. Felt so good to breathe in salty air and hear … Continue reading
Waiting for BC Ferries to float us across to another world.
Wisdom speaks only truth! ~Proverbs 8: 7
In every out-thrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there is the story of the earth. ~Rachel Carson