Frog said

frog said,

“time’s fun when you’re having flies.”

Be Still – – – and Know

 

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.  Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.

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www.gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com

 

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Worth a Thousand Words – Daylily

It is often said that- – –

“a picture is worth a thousand words”.

This series will be postings of a single picture.   May you find that the following photo “speaks” volumes and makes your mind travel deep within.

See & Listen

(This is one of many recently hybridized daylily plants – one of a kind

in the Gardens at Waters East.

Check out the link below to see many more never before seen daylily blooms.)

 

REFLECTION:

 

What words does this photo “speak” to you?

 

About you?    About how you live?    About how you spend your time?

About your past hopes & dreams?    About your plans for the future?

About the beauty you have experienced,

                                         and the beauty you want to experience – in your life?

What are you doing to make all of that happen?

 

Be Still – – – and Know

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If you want many more photos of recently hybridized day lilies and other  “inspirational” photos of nature and flowers and water,  check out any of the past postings from the archive of:   Gardens at Waters East    click on:   www.gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com

 

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.

Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.

 

 


Inner Peace

Inner Peace

Be Still – – – and Know

 

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.  Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.

 

 


Aldo Leopold – A Thought

A Thought for the Day!

One of the penalties of an ecological education is that one lives alone in a world of wounds.  Much of the damage inflicted on land is quite invisible to laymen.  An ecologist must either harden his shell and make believe that the consequences are none of his business, or he must be the doctor who sees the marks of death in a community that believes itself well and does not want to be told otherwise……

Aldo Leopold

b. Burlington Iowa Jan 1887 d. Baraboo WI. April 1948

Be Still – – – and Know

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.  Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.