So lovely, Etta, thank you.
Dear Drew, hello! It feels special to be able to see you and hear your words after many months of reading your posts here. Thank you, friend.
Good morning, Diane, I am truly grateful that your tender heart is feeling more at peace. Thank you for sharing from Gunilla Norris. I must admit that I have not been able to keep much of a garden this summer — but first thing every morning my bare feet greet the Earth with love, gratefulness, and blessing. Om shanti.
Hello mfleshman, thank you for taking the time to be here with us and share your reflection.
Dear Carla, my heart is touched by your reflection on the calls of the migrating geese. Thank you.
Thank you for being “you,” Butterfly.
Dear Alicia, I am grateful for your kind heart and presence here. As Brother David says, “may your gratefulness overflow into blessing all around you.”
I love your story, Cathy, and your poetic title. It is a wonderful moment, isn’t it, when we suddenly “see” what has been there all along? What a gift that you live in such close proximity to these two royal palms. Long may they sway!
It is sweet to know that the young doves fledged. And I’m glad you, too, that you can reconnect with the slow joy of tending your balcony plants. When I water my houseplants, I like to linger and listen to them drink.
Dear Cathy, your peaceful photo made me smile when I realize these two trees are old friends, standing there together, touching, speaking through the years. Thank you for sharing.
Dear Mica, I’m glad you can come here and feel maybe a bit better in such an anxious situation. I say a special prayer for all beings affected by the fires.
Dear Diane, you write so beautifully through your tangled thoughts, feelings, memories. A deep bow to you dear friend. And a big hug.
Oh, Palm, it is gorgeous!!! I wondered if it is Clivia (?) which I had as a very special potted plant once and gave away when I moved cross-country. Amazing that it grows in nature there in South Africa. Orange and yellow are the colors of happiness to me.
Hello dear Alicia. I am also grateful for cricket song, how as we turn towards autumn they sing during the day, as now. It lifts my spirit. Blessings to you.
Dear Palm, dear friend, no need to reply, I just want you to know that I’ve been thinking of you a lot and especially now with my candle lit, sending from my deepest heart, light and love to you. As we turn towards autumn here, you are turning towards spring across an ocean. Remembering we see the same moon, fullness.
A warm hello to you, jfleshman, and thank you for sharing the beautiful gift that is the dragon fruit plant.
Oh, I love the bat rays — what a dream to fly in the water like that. It’s a great photopainting, Drew, thank you.
Dear cp, although I have been of few words lately, and it is a challenge to express what is deepest in the heart, I want you to know that I dearly miss Ursula and especially remember her every Tuesday and hold in the light all of her family. It has been a joy to get to know YOU here and as Anna said, it is always a gift when you write. Sending love from grateful sea.
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