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Think Of It As A Dream

By |July 5th, 2015|

The title for this image is inspired by this poem:
We are the driving ones.
Ah, but the step of time:
think of it as a dream
in what forever remains.

All that is hurrying
soon will be over with;
only what lasts can bring
us to the […]

Desktop Wallpaper Calendar June 2015

By |June 4th, 2015|

I’ve been playing with double exposure photography. This is my first image and I just love it. From the moment it emerged, I’ve been drawn to it and keep coming back to it. That’s why I knew it was the perfect choice […]

Desktop Wallpaper Calendar May 2015

By |May 3rd, 2015|

This weekend, we have had the most spectacularly perfect weather ever! Maybe I’m appreciating it more because we had such a terrible winter here on the east coast. I’m loving the tulips blooming. I hope you like this one for […]

April Desktop Wallpaper Calendar

By |April 6th, 2015|

It’s finally spring here in Maryland. The days are longer, the breezes are warmer. Daffodils are just starting to bloom. I can’t wait for the tulips in a couple of weeks.
Here’s the April Desktop Wallpaper Calendar in two sizes. Celebrate […]

March 2015 Desktop Wallpaper Calendar

By |March 6th, 2015|

Here in the US Northeast, we are soooo ready for spring. As I write this, snow blankets the countryside and the temperatures are in the 20’s. Therefore, I chose an image from Playa Mita, Mexico for the March 2015 desktop […]

Weekend Wanderings

By |February 14th, 2015|

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Weekend Wanderings is a weekly series of curated links from around the web to inspire, entertain, delight.
Grab your favorite latte or herbal tea and enjoy…


Weekend Wanderings:
In honor of Valentine’s Day, 10 inspiring quotes about love and marriage.

I’m all for self-love, […]


By |February 11th, 2015|

It’s so easy to overlook the beauty and symbolism of nature. This bee hive, for example, is a work of art lying in a pile of woodland debris. The cells are all hexagons, which are six sides. Six is symbolic of love, communication, […]

We Are Here to Give

By |February 10th, 2015|

Today, I’m contemplating vairagya, or non-attachment, with this passage from Patanjali:
Sacrifice is the law of life. Why does a candle burn? To give light. Why does a tree grow? To give fruit and flowers. Is there anything, sentient or insentient, […]

Grace in Simplicity

By |February 9th, 2015|

It is barren and cold here now. Everything is brown. I took this photo in November; those curling leaves are no more. Yet here they are, reminding me of spring and sunshine.  Reminding me that there is such grace in simplicity […]

Weekend Wanderings

By |February 8th, 2015|

I love the slow pace of weekends, easing into the day, savoring my coffee. In “the old days” (did I just say that? I sound like my mother) I used to look forward to the arrival of the Sunday paper. […]

The Magus

By |February 6th, 2015|

The Magus

This was a life-changing piece of literature for me. Seriously life changing.

I had a brilliant professor who taught The Magus with Great Expectations  in a Comparative Literature class.  It was not merely brilliant; it was divinely inspired.


By |February 5th, 2015|

Shakti represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe, and the personification of the divine feminine creative power.  Originally, this image was an autumn tree with orange and red leaves.

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