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Front veranda meditation

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14 thoughts on “Front veranda meditation

    • It’s not anything more than a copy of what I was looking at and hearing while I was sitting out on my veranda at the front. It’s something that I find calming and I sit out there at least once a week. I love the birds and the other creatures I see and hear when I sitting out the front.
      I could have written down the other thoughts I was having, for instance, a haiku style of poem that I thought of while I was sitting out there earlier:

      strong breeze
      through pine trees brings me the sea –
      warm spring day

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      • It is obvious you really SEE with a poets eyes and feel with a naturalists heart. I love Earthing; putting my two feet on the earth. Sometimes I think “If my garden is good, so am I”.

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      • Jen, at the moment it’s a bit drizzly here, but I’m loving it because all of the plants will be happy. By the sound of it, the galahs are happy too. I can hear them calling as they fly from tree to tree. All is well in my world. The news from overseas too, is good in a terrible way. I don’t like people dying from gunshot wounds, but I don’t like dictators either.

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      • We ARE Sisters! I had the same reaction to the news in Libya. I was so happy that This Revolution is being Televised AND I was horribly sad that someone lost their life and a family is left grieving. Weird mix of emotions this AM. Same when Osama was killed. Life is Life….and loss is loss for someone. Dictators Bite. There is that also.
        AND it is damp here too and my roses are getting one last drench. The Red bush is still blooming. Miracle? Why not…

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  1. Thank you for being here with me Jen. It’s important for all of us to witness the important things in life. The death of a dictator, the blooming of a red bush, important things…

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    • Yes ma’am. The most important. I needed to check my garden first thing after hearing the news. Being outside knowing that I was standing on the same Earth that the people of Libya were standing on. My roses; their revolution. All outside on the curve of Earth…

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